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Episode #67 - April 13, 2010

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Memprof, Candy, and Boost::Regexp are all covered on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk about parallel testing with Hydra and the Camping 2.0 release.

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Parallel Testing with Hydra Jump to Story

At RubyNation last week, Nick Gauthier introduced his new testing library, called Hydra. Hydra is a distributed testing framework which allows you to not only run them locally, on a remote worker, or even a cluster of workers. It actively balances your tests and allows you to run them in parallel for more efficient testing.

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