October 19, 2012 Today's Ruby5 brings you joy in the form of six expertly crafted stories about a new Ruby patch release, some mobile development how-to's, tips on healthy Rails projects and better specs, how to share staging like a grown-up, and a tour of Rails 4 features.
October 12, 2012 Beautify your table-building code with table_cloth, comb over your CSS, attend the Brewster OSS launch party, nestle in with nestling, meet the Weasel Diesel and its friend Sinatra, and please start using zsh in this episode of Ruby5!
October 9, 2012 This week we look at keyword arguments in Ruby 2.0, scaling multiple workers with Workless, testing all the browsers with Terminus, simple attachments with Attachinary, and we peek at the Rails 4 release notes.
October 5, 2012 The Rails Rumble is on, SHA-3 is chosen, Heroku is moving out of Aspen, Rails 4 features in your Rails 3 app, caring about your code quality, and several other tidbits in this edition of Ruby5.
September 28, 2012 Validate associated active model objects, permit your web services, pitch your tent with tentd, improve your js even more with JSHint, powerful multi-tenant handling, turbolinks, and Rails Rumble registration in this episode of Ruby5!
September 14, 2012 Time to upgrade your high voltage, simpleform 2.1, new features in postgres, 5 mistakes newbies make, foundationdb - the ACID NoSQL, mind your baseline, and an editorial on isolating code by thinking 'open source'.
September 12, 2012 In this episode we blow your mind with xiki, learn about Class.new & protected, deploy with Mina, scale with pragmatic concurrency, and finally learn about open source voter registration.
August 31, 2012 Track your website's speed over time with HARs, upgrade your Capybaras, new and improved resque, cleaning up your old files with maid, a tour of Basecamp Next with DHH, and learn how to author JRuby gems all on this episode of Ruby5.
August 24, 2012 Episode #300! Woohoo! Bootstrap 2.1, SASS 3.2, a chrome plugin for working with SASS, the git-process gem, a great story on dealing with a long-running rails project, tharting wifi restrictions on public networks, and an informative article on DCI and Ruby 2.0 refinements make this edition a keeper.