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Announcing Rails Rumble 2015. The Rails Rumble is a distributed programming competition where teams of up to 4 people, from all over the world, will have 48 hours to build an innovative web application with Ruby on Rails, or another Rack-based Ruby web framework.
Dhaivat Pandya introduces Rails developers to Elixir's Phoenix framework.
Parker Selbert illustrates how to optimize Redis usage for caching.
Thomas Valent recently wrote an article that explains the Scissors Rule in coding.
markov_noodles, drjekyll, inline_translation, pry-memory, how to develop a social network in Rails, and on the fly image processing all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this week’s episode, we discuss sustainable development, RailsConf, using Data Objects, raising any object as a Ruby exception, and using the “ask, don’t tell” policy with Ruby.
This week we discuss, ludicrous speed, better commit messages with a .gitmessage template, interactor gem, Ruby for good and inline Gemfile.
On this week’s episode, we discuss the gem gem, RubySpec, tackling god objects, Sequel, and Rails’ fancy exception page.
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