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Rails 3 is packing some big changes into ActionMailer. Mikel Lindsaar shows you the ins and outs of the changes in this blog post and screen cast.
Henrik Hodne starts dogfooding Defender and talks about how to integrate it into a Rails (3) application in this blog post.
Lark gives us a little background on the coderpath podcast and points us to the latest episode, in which they interview Wayne E. Seguin, creator or RVM (Ruby Version Manager).
Find yourself doing Twitter development? Then you should probably be using Twurl, a new library which provides a
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Of course you're using Haml and Sass. And since you're diligent, you want to know what's coming up in release slated for May 10th, 2010. Nathan Weizenbaum breaks it all down for you.
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Saving neglected domain names, Census, Business Time, RIP Caliper and RunCodeRun, Minified Ruby Tweets, OAuth2 gem, Why you might want to use Resque, Rails3 Bug Mash, and Corey Haines' Code retreat, all on this edition of Ruby5.
Can Caike CanCan? Find out in his first episode hosting Ruby5, where we talk about Beetle, CodeRetreat, KeyMaster, state_machine, Steak, and Drift while doing the CanCan.
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.
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