21 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Stewart Smith of MySQL Performance Blog almost 2 years ago.
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I'm glad to announce the third Percona Playback release - another alpha release of a new software package designed to replay database server load. The first two versions were released in April, just in time for my talk at the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo: Replaying Database Load with Percona Playback .

This is still very much under development , so there's likely going to be bugs. Please feel free to report bugs here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/percona-playback

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 2 years ago.
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Rails 3.2.3 has been released! - Including some security fixes.

laptop - Script from Thoughtbot for setting up new OS X development machines.

Practical Load Testing of REST APIs - Using the CloudAssault service.

Railcar - " Rails in a box" project for OS X.

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By Trevor of Trevor Turk almost 3 years ago.
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Website Monitoring and Load Testing - In The Cloud | BrowserMob

BrowserMob Provides FREE Website Monitoring and Load Testing [Used by github]

JSONView for Chrome™ - Google Chrome extension gallery

JSONView for chrome is an extension that helps you to parse and view JSON documents

jamesgolick/always_verify_ssl_certificates - GitHub

Ruby's net/http is setup to never verify SSL certificates by default. Most ruby libraries do the same. …

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By rick of techno weenie 4 years ago.
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One pattern I've adopted for apps using Sequel is some kind of # load method. I had problems where my code was loading Sequel::Model instances before the database configuration was setup. Requiring these files first would access the non-existent database configuration and blow up. # OLD require ' my-app ' # requires 'sequel' and 'my-app/foo_model' Sequel . db = ' ... ' # NEW require ' my-app ' MyApp . load do Sequel . db = ' ... …

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By gregg of Rails Envy » Home almost 5 years ago.
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…application can scale before it actually gets the traffic spike, then you need to learn how to do Load Testing. Thankfully I just released Load Testing - Part 2 of the Scaling Rails screencast series. If you haven't seen the first video on Load Testing , you should probably start there.

Load Testing - Part 2

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In this second Load Testing Screencast we pickup where we left off with the first load testing screencast and …

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