Like last year, BubbleConf 2013 will be organized by Phusion and bubbbleconf (typo intended )., and the design will be taken care of by Teixido. As for speakers, we're once again working on securing some of the best in the business. We can already tell you that designers will be in for a huge treat. One might even say that this bubbleconf should be named
We started BubbleConf early this year by setting up a teaser site where people are able to purchase early believer …
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…"next generation" Ruby 1.8.7 and 1.9.3 packages, as well as the latest Phusion passenger. A significant change from Lucid-based Brightboxes is that Ruby 1.9.3 is now the default , as Ruby 1.8.7 is end-of-life from June 2013. If you still require 1.8.7, the included ruby-switch tool makes it simple to switch between Ruby versions as required. For more information please see the documentation .
When buying a new Brightbox, you'll see a combo box that you can …
We've included the usual Brightbox Ruby deployment stack and our "next generation" Ruby 1.8.7 and 1.9.3 packages, as well as the latest Phusion passenger. One of the significant changes is that Ruby 1.9.3 is now the default, though you can use the included ruby-switch tool to easily revert to 1.8.7 if required.
Space on the test platform is limited, so if you'd like a box, don't delay!
Understand the Favicon - Like pretty much everything else you think you know about web development, it's not that simple.
The new - socket hijacking API deep dive from Phusion.
Mutation testing with Mutant - A basic introduction.
evil.rb - "Don't ever do these.
Rails 4: What's New - Another overview of the major changes.
Rails - A more detailed look from Phusion. injection vulnerability
…apps by using Phusion's Passenger (I hope are paying Phusion handsomely for this :-))
Igor Alexandrov picks up whereleft off by benchmarking MRI 1.9.3-p286, MRI 2.0.0-preview1 and Rubinius 2.0.0-rc1. As always with benchmarks, don't read too deeply but it seems Ruby 2.0.0 holds its own so far.
'require is slow in its bookkeeping; can …
…implementation and attempting to maintain the typical '' style, Phusion has released a library that implements the ( Keccak) cryptographic hashing algorithm.
Poltergeist 1.0: Hooking Up to PhantomJS
Allows you to run your Capybara tests on a popular and powerful headlessbrowser: .
ClientSideValidations extracts the validations from your…
The Phusion team writes about the end-of-life for . The main reasons that inspired the creation of REE have now or will be migrated to upstream .
A copy-on-write patch has recently been checked into2.0.
Many of the patches in Ruby Enterprise Edition are simply not necessary in 1.9.
We are grateful to, and and all the contributions that any others have made over the years to made to make REE a great option to …
Rendering 3.1 assets to string - Phusion Corporate Blog
Understanding "Prototypes" in Got Your Tongue?
ignore the code: More on Patents
it is simply not possible to create any non-trivial piece of software that doesn't violate hundreds of patents. As a result, you can't release software without putting yourself into a position where you might suddenly lose all of your money.
Why software patents are …