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Writing command-line apps is no easy feat. Luckily there are plenty of gems out there to make the process easier, and Raymond Cudjoe compiled a list of 33 that have proven useful.
RubyBookBundle.com is offering 6 great e-books at a discounted price until July 10.
Pat Shaughnessy gives a recap of his presentation at RuPy Budapest on visualizing garbage collection in Ruby and Python.
Another great post by Pat Shaughnessy reminding people that sometimes the best way to speed up an application is to allow the database server to do its job.
Terminal King Fu, the cognac gem, a node task runner round-up, tweeting like Larry King, and three little hacks for your Ruby projects all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this episode of Ruby5, we discuss printing images in the terminal with 9 lines of Ruby, crafting your first Pry plugin, Rails Girls Łódź 2015, out-of-memory killer, and more!
On today's episode, we discuss best practices for Rails multi-database, application.rb recommendations, what's new in Rails 5, optimizing full text search and more!
On this episode, we discuss last Tuesday's Rails release, Splat goes Ruby, Ruby Raven, gem-compare, and using Lambdas in Ruby.
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