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Episode #170 - April 26, 2011

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It was not such a good_friday after the cloud got it's butt kicked last Thursday, but we're still here to go over some asynchronous job options, a new interactive Ruby console, image diffs, and an interactive rails.js on this episode of Ruby5.

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girl_friday – a Ruby library for performing asynchronous task Jump to Story

Mike Perham has released a new Ruby library which focuses on performing asynchronous tasks. Unlike delayed_job, girl_friday runs inside of the same process as your Rails application, alleviating the need to execute multiple external application instances. It also integrates with 3rd party error tracking services and provides hooks for callbacks and monitoring.

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