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Rails recently released security patches for versions 3.2, 4.1, and 4.2. Check out the blog post to see if your application has been affected by any of the 5 CVEs that were released.
Rom 0.8.0 was recently released, bringing with it support for nested input for command and improvements to mappers.
Firmafon released an article that highlights some of the unknown use cases for Ruby’s splat. They exemplify how splat can easily make code more readable.
Ruby Raven is an app that tracks Ruby conferences. It shows new conferences and can be used to receive various notifications.
Gem-compare is a RubyGems plugin that compares different versions of a gem and allows you to easily view crucial changes.
Starr Horne covers the basics of Lambda usage and then moves on to some of the more interesting advanced usages.
This week we discuss Docker Basics, Meta Ruby, gem memory usage with Derailed, how to setup Ruby On Rails on Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, and how to get more value out of your Heroku dynos, and speed up your Rails application.
This week we discuss tests, a comparison of Time and DateTime, new gem StrongLikeBull, Shoulda Matchers 3.0, and following a select statement through Postgres internals.
In this episode of Ruby5, we discuss Regular Extremism, environment variables, functional programming in Ruby, Hash default values, how Arel converts Ruby queries into SQL statements and more!
In this episode of Ruby5, we discuss Ruby conferences, Torba, why Rails may kill Ruby, engagement with Rails, Apipie, and the 10 most widely read contributed articles in practicing Ruby.
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