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Issue 139 - April 4, 2013
On Tuesday, April 9th at 9AM Pacific Time, Bryan Helmkamp will be giving a live, online presentation on Rails security issues.
An introduction to the Ruby standard library's 'matrix' library and how it can be used to manipulate matrices.
The main European Ruby conference takes place in Athens, Greece this June. If you want to speak, the call for presentations is now open and runs until late April.
Takes place in late August in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Sam Saffron's enjoying Ruby 2.0's new caller_locations API and is using it to write 'sampling' profilers in pure Ruby and run them on production code, safely. Interesting stuff here.
A look at how you can use PostgreSQL and HStore to work around one of the main problems of using Single Table Inheritance with ActiveRecord.
Sam Rose shows off a simple x86-based pure-Ruby virtual machine he's working on in Ruby and explains his motivations for developing it.
Adam Wiggins, cofounder and CTO of Heroku, has answered a ton of questions about Heroku's routing and Web performance.
An under development e-book that aims to bring you up to speed with the process of upgrading a Rails 3 app to Rails 4. Currently at 79 pages long.
In the latest episode of Railscasts, Ryan Bates looks at three tools that can make running various Rails commands (for migrations, tests, or generators, for example) faster: Zeus, Spring, and Commands.
The latest episode of Ruby Rogues where they cover Ruby 2.0 and what it offers.
Code School have unveiled a course aimed to help you 'build faster and more secure web apps with Rails 4.'
John Duff explains how Shopfiy, one of the oldest Rails-based apps/services out there, has evolved to handle its immense growth over the years.
Version 0.10 has been released. A fork of Scott Chacon's Showoff.
Europe’s largest holiday rental booking, HouseTrip was ranked by Wired Magazine the number two start-up in Europe (2012). We're currently looking for passionate Ruby developers to help make it a distributed, world-class web application.
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