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Episode #241 - January 27th, 2012

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We weren't timely enough to get the news of the release of Rails 2.3.1, but we are still chock full of ruby news this week! The BitNami RailsStack installer, business_time, DCI education and commentary, Draper 1.1, theme-in-a-gem, Lisp in Ruby, wat, and Rails' Hidden Features in this feature-packed Ruby5.

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  • NewRelic
  • RubyStack
  • More on DCI
  • Draper 1.1
  • business_time
  • EngineYard Theme
  • Risp?
  • wat
  • Arlington UnConf
  • Rails Hidden Features
  • Ruby5

EngineYard Theme Jump to Story

Ok, so you might not need to build the next EngineYard website, but if you've ever had a common set of design assets (css/javascript/images/partials/etc) and wanted to bundle them up so you're not just blindly copying files across projects, rip this project apart and learn how it works.

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September 23, 2014

We go Airborne for Ruby 2.1.3 while Eagerly Decorating the skies and Swiftly avoiding the Daemons on this episode of Ruby5.

September 19th, 2014

Start using Fourchette, roll-out features by the instance, read logs with a little help from your friends, run your own bitcoin node, and say hello to byebug!

September 16th, 2014

This episode covers an open source admin framework, the Rails protect from forgery method, fast testing, and a new reactive framework.