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Episode #35 - December 15, 2009

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A Ruby Web Socket server, memprof, and Ohm are covered on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we talk about Rconfig, nanotest, and Thoughtbot's Ruby Community Survey.

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Ohm - Object-Hash Mapping for Redis Jump to Story

Redis keeps popping up around here, and Ohm by Michel Martens is the latest library to utilize it. Ohm is an object-hash mapping that does more than just act like a more robust memcached store. Ohm provides you with Ohm::Models that you can use in your Ruby application which define attributes, validations, finders, and more. But, because Redis is the back-end, you don't need to define a schema or generate migrations.

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