Rafael Franca has announced the final releases of Rails 4.1.2 and 4.0.6 after an extensive release candidate testing phase. Rails 4.1.2 is the first bug fix release for the 4.1 series and Rails 4.0.6 includes many bug fixes to make the upgrade path from Rails 3 easier.
Taking place on October 24th in Austin, TX, Keep Ruby Weird promises to be a Ruby event that focuses on the weirder and more wonderful sides of Ruby. No tickets yet but you can leave your address for info. The CFP is also open if you want to speak.
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