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The Frozen Rails conference will be Finland's first Rails conference. It is a single track event featuring some of the biggest names in the Ruby community, including Chris Wanstrath, Yehuda Katz, Carl Lerche, and Pratik Naik. Use the "Ruby5" discount code to get a 10% discount off the already low 129€ ticket price.
The guys from xing.com recently released a library called Beetle, which can help you build highly available messaging systems. Beetle uses a cluster of RabbitMQ queues which leverage a Redis key value store to keep track of job status. If completing a huge amount of background jobs is imperative to your business, it's definitely worth a look.
Corey Haines is helping host Code Retreats around the country this year. If you're into software craftsmanship and honing your code skills perhaps it's time to run one in your community (with our without Corey). The Code Retreat website has all you need to get your own event going.
Nathaniel Bibler and Thomas Meeks from Envy Labs recently released KeyMaster, a simple and secure way to manage users and SSH keys across all of your Linux systems. KeyMaster stores all the information, and the GateKeeper app runs on all your servers and does what the KeyMaster tells it to (i.e. give / remove access).
Just yesterday morning Aaron Pfeifer released state_machine 0.9.0, which contains a good number of significant changes. Some of these include improved MongoMapper, ActiveModel, and DataMapper support, along with Rails 3 railtie integration, consolidated rake tasks, and around_transition callbacks.
Steak, by Luismi Cavalle is a library to create quick and clean acceptance/integration tests. Cucumbers are for vegetarians! Steak doesn’t have any Given whens or thens, just features and scenarios with RSpec.
Ryan Bates just released version 1.1 of CanCan, his authorization and permission library that allows you to restrict what your users can do throughout your application. 1.1 brings several new improvements including an improved syntax for restricting access and the ability construct queries which limit the results to only items the current user has access to.
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In this episode, Rocketeers Les and Paul cover automating heroku database backups, the reasoning behind bundler, the FlockDB client, IronRuby 1.0, Show Off!, the Pure RSpec talk, Learning Git, and Redwood.
Memprof, Candy, and Boost::Regexp are all covered on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk about parallel testing with Hydra and the Camping 2.0 release.
Today's episode of Ruby5 is broadcast directly from RubyNation with background ambience. We talk over new libraries like Warbler 1.0, Mysql2, validates_date_time, awesome_print and a few new Ruby websites like Rails Dispatch, Ruby There, and Repopular.
Phat, Watir, gemspecs, and exception2db are covered in this episode of Ruby5. Also, CSS sprites, the Rails 3 beta 2 release, and delayed job 2.0 are covered, as well.
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