The - Now available as a combo of videos and 2.0 Walkthrough from Peter Cooper for $ 29.
RJS leaking vulnerability in multiple - More fun from applications .
ruby-lint 1.0.0 - stable release of this static code analysis tool.
Memoirs of a - A look at the technical and soft skills involved in leading a small software team. $ 23 Leader , 30% discount with code "afreshcup30".
Welcome to a roundup of Ruby Weekly.news, articles, videos, and more, for July 2013 cobbled together from my e-mail newsletter,
Highlights include:acquired by Pluralsight, archives made public, 3.2.14, and an interesting interview with .
The Four Volumes of Practicing Ruby, Now Available Online
Practicing Ruby is a high quality, paid Ruby journal run by, but he's made archives …
Welcome to this week's roundup of Ruby Weekly. Sorry these roundups have been missing for a couple of months, I've been focusing very heavily on the e-mail newsletters which are continuing to grow like crazy! :-) I hope to get back into blogging more soon.news, articles, videos, and more, cobbled together from my e-mail newsletter,
spoke about Ruby 2.0 ('the happiest release ever') for 30 minutes at the Heroku Waza …
Ruby 2.0 - From Peter Cooper. : The Best Bits
How to Use Trello Effectively (What - One point of view. Some day I should write up how we use it. for Our Small Team)
Hook.js - "Pull to refresh. For the web."
The easiest way to test - The 2.0 has been upgraded.
…zoom in and see the chart in detail. I think the two biggest spikes came from appearances in Peter Cooper's Ruby Weekly e-mail newsletters, and I think the spike on Dec 31 came from a tweet by Michael Feathers, despite the fact that he didn't even mention my book:
This is all just conjecture; I never even set upfor this product. If you know anything about selling information products online at all, you'll also notice there's no email …
With this product, I wrote Peter Cooper a brief email, telling him I'd written an ebook -- but not what it was about, or even what it was called -- and did nothing else to promote the book except offer free copies to people who I had quoted in the book, and retweet people who praised the book. Peter included a link to the book in his newsletter Ruby Weekly , but since I hadn't actually told him anything about it, or given him a review copy (something I've since rectified), …
Steal Designing better user interfaces . The is in the details.
Clearly Clear done in HTML5 . Just because it's possible.
Subscribed Status Code: A Weekly Programming Newsletter for Developers and Programmers . by Peter Cooper. Enough said.
Herds OS X 10.8 Gatekeeper in Depth . Let me spoil it for you: "It conveys herd immunity." And that is ... brilliant.
…committed to the main trunk of MRI, which is now available in 1.9.3, by. Peter Cooper reported that there are some performance differences between Masaya's patch and 's for larger apps, so we can expect that battle for faster performance to continue in the 2.0.0 work!
Another production performance improvement to 1.9.3 is the change of the InfoQ interview ). The focus is improved management of short lived objects. …to lazy sweep (see
A report onusage among New Relic Customers
We saw recently that our friend Peter Cooper has created a nice tutorial on moving to Ruby 1.9 called The We started to wonder how many of our customers are on 1.8 versus 1.9, then quickly (and embarrassingly) realized we hadn't published a : How to Go From Ruby 1.8.7 to 1.9.2 and 1.9.3. of the Stack Report in quite some time. Read the (overdue) report below.
A little background
[06:57] this blog post via Inside.for "File uploads sinatra" and find Peter Cooper talking about
Outdated, but worth a shot since it's just a one liner.
[07:00] File uploads working via curl. Now time to integrate the phase 1 code into my sinata.
[07:06] Have something I think should work but now messing with some unexpected bugs. Drat!
[07:08] Oh, apparently I just don't know how to use curl, working now! (albiet with a little echo …