…news, content and upcoming events from our partners. This month's spotlight includes content from Engine Yard,, , Network Redux, and some of our new partners.
* lower prices for Engine Yard Cloud across all instance sizes, including a promotional price of just 5¢/hour (or $ 36/month) for its entry-level instance size. In addition, they've announced varying reductions to all price points with …Yard just announced new
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Let's figure out a way to start signing RubyGems - Part of an ongoing discussion about gem security.
Ruby gems are still not safe to use - And another view on the same subject.
Virtual Tools - latest way of making down level available for testing.
Enabling colors in git command-line interface - We developers do love …
…approachable and helps its members build their ideas.
Server really shouldn't be running around 10 load average.
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PartyFoul - Automatically turn Rails exceptions into issues.
Open - Rails Reborn showcase with community input.
Phusion Passenger 4 - More cool features coming down the pike. : Out-Of-Band-Work
Inbox Zero for Life - A system using .
…fixes as well. JRuby continues to expand its reach. The " JRuby Guy" Charles Oliver Nutter and I will be giving the first JRuby workshop in the Southern hemisphere at the inaugural RubyConf AU in February. If you are in the neighborhood, do attend and say hi.
Thank you, Engine Yard, for this award, and for continued support and recognition for the importance of JRuby.
The Government of Fukuoka, Japan, together with " Matz" Matsumoto, would like to invite you to enter the 2013 Fukuoka Ruby Competition. If you have developed Ruby programs within the past 12 months, this is the competition you've been waiting for. This year, in addition to the Grand Prize, we will also have special awards sponsored by Engine Yard and Salesforce.com. Details are below.
2013 Fukuoka Ruby Award Competition
Engine Yard'shas long been a popular way to install , , , and other tools in one hit on . Now it's here for too.
Announcing 0.4.0 With Support
' has unveiled the latest version of the popular Mac OS X zero-configuration web server for Ruby webapp development. Port proxying is one of the new features.
…and- key members of the core team - are moving from Engine Yard to Red Hat. Learn more about what they'll be up to here.
First of ruby_parser 3.0 Released
ruby parser ( RP) is a long standingparser written in pure Ruby but till now it had the disadvantage of not supporting Ruby 1.9 parsing. Now it does! Still only an alpha but a good release to see.