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BizConf is a premier business learning and networking event for leaders of web design and development. The presenters are all specialists in their fields and speak about the nuts, bolts, and secrets of succeeding in business — especially in the challenging technology industry. Check out the schedule here and use the link here on Ruby5 to get 43% off the ticket price. Gregg will be running a 3 hour Screencasting and Podcasting workshop at the event.
The Phusion team recently published an article titled, "the Road to Passenger 3: Technology Preview 2." This is a follow up to their first article on Passenger 3 going into more depth on their new self-healing process architecture and how they’ve gained zero downtime shutdowns and restarts.
Brian Cardarella wrote up a quick post showing how he setup custom subdomains in Rails 3, by taking advantage of the new Router constraints. With it, he specified routes which are only accessible through user generated subdomains and shows how to extend url_for to easily set the subdomain when generating routes.
Nick Quaranto, on the Giant Robots blog, just published an article describing Thoughtbot's new CI server setup with Hudson and RVM. It automatically checks their code against 1.8.6, 1.8.7, REE, and JRuby, and provides you a step-by-step guide to build it for yourself on Slicehost.
Tom Preston-Werner recently did an interview on webpulp.tv talking about the new architecture and software running GitHub.com. He even goes into a bit of the future features planned for GitHub, including a new wiki system built on top of git repositories.
Fabio Cevasco just released version 0.3 of Glyph last week, which is a "rapid document authoring framework." Glyph generates HTML and PDFs, parses inline Ruby, code highlights, auto-generates the table of contents, and more.
If you missed RailsConf, or just missed John Athayde’s talk on beautiful markup, we just posted a video of it on the Envy Labs blog. Semantic HTML, proper use of helpers, CSS 3, and presenters are all covered in his presentation.
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Netske, Sencha, PDFKit, Sprite, GStore, Whyday, and a couple of good blog reads featured on this episode of Ruby5 with your hosts David Bock and Kim MacCormack.
We cover a handful of libraries and services we learned about at RailsConf last week, as well as lacquer, rails.mx, the results of the 2010 Ruby Survey and more on this episode of Ruby5.
This episode was recorded live from the last day of Railsconf, where five of us sat down to discuss the most interesting talks.
This episode is recorded live from Railsconf in Baltimore, Maryland where I recorded some interviews with speakers.
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