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Episode #354 - March 19, 2013

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Get some Inadequate Guids to Ruby and Rails Security, take a dip in the XPool, and turn Ruby into JavaScript on this episode of Ruby5.

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About a week or so back, Raúl Jara published Ruby as JavaScript, a post using the JavaScript ideas of Objects and Closures to show how Ruby somewhat misses the boat on protecting internal state. And, he provides examples detailing how to get Closure-like functionality in Ruby.

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Eastward Ho, Git ours/theirs and where does your code go?

December 16, 2014

This week we have Streem, Rails 4.2.rc3, Papercrop, and RubyMotion 3.0.

December 9, 2014

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.