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With RailsConf just around the corner this is a PSA for the Bmore On Rails crew and all the effort they are putting forth to make 2010 a RailsConf to remember. From a Yankees/Orioles game to Rides from the airport to Bmore on Ales they've got a program that will interest you.
A tongue-in-cheek PSA to let folks know about some issues discovered with the latest of the myriad of point releases this week.
Rizwan Reza has a timely post on upgrading your RAILS 2 apps to RAILS 3.
Another Rizwan Reza post, this one specifically about how to swap out unobtrusive JS frameworks when building your application without a generator.
apple + homebrew + chef
Corey Donahoe has released Cider. A gem that glues together several current best practices for development in OS X to great effect! You can try it out without fully committing as it sets up your environment in ~/developer
Nathan Marz just published a blog post entitled "Why your company should have a very permissive open source policy"
Citing lack of available global measurements Nathan states that closed source software leads to an inefficient market
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Three new versions of Ruby on Rails in just as many days! Also, Spira, running Vim in IRB, the Rails 3 router, and a new Ruby VM shootout on this episode of Ruby5.
Google Web Fonts, Faker.js, Unicorn, Suspenders, rails-i18n, attribute_normalizer, reflexive, and the acts_as_conference CFP in this Friday edition of Ruby5.
Several Ruby interpreters have been updated, TextMate gains some IntelliSense, and there's a lot to do in Baltimore on this episode of Ruby5. Not to mention that the May 2010 BugMash is officially in the books!
Sorry about the audio in this episode, we were trying out some new equipment. It is none the less packed full of appetizing Ruby and Rails knowledge served with a side of Hash(rocket).
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