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Episode #24 - November 3, 2009

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Signal, BigRecord, and Mail are featured on this Tuesday morning episode. We also talk a bit about Amazon RDS, Geocoder, and Twitter lists to hit on a few not-entirely-Rubyish recent events.

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Amazon RDS Jump to Story

Daniel Wanja wrote up a quick little tutorial on getting your Rails application to work with the new Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). Amazon RDS provides you with a hosted MySQL database that can be easily backed up and grown over time. They also claim to be adding support for high-availability, by syncing your database in real-time across availability zones, soon.

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This week we have a jRuby security release, a new Command API for ROM, Traveling Ruby, early validations, easy rewrites with Ruby and Science!, and a Rails Camp not too far from Hobbiton.

December 5th, 2014

RubyConf 2014 on Confreaks, browser geolocation with Spyme, referential integrity with foreign keys, forwarding messages with tell, and free SecCasts all in this episode of the Ruby5.

December 2, 2014

In this episode we yap about Rails 4.2 RC1, Opal, Deployment, Interpol, Sportdb, Service Objects, and Emails.