20 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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NewRelic

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By Taryn East of Ruby-coloured glasses 6 months ago.
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NewRelic installed, you can get a free month of CodeSchool . Now, NewRelic is an awesomely useful tool for giving you extremely useful metrics for your site. They even have a free account - and to set this all up, you can roll out a simple site to heroku (also for free) with the new_relic gem installed and away you go.

You can then sign up for a free CodeSchool account (which will give you access to the basic level free courses), and sometime in the near future …

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By Thea Lamkin of New Relic 15 days ago.
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…founder Gene Kim !

For FutureTalk updates and event details, join our new Meetup group, New Relic FutureTalks PDX , for all the latest information and discussions about our speaker series. We'd even welcome suggestions about whom you'd like us to host! As always, you can follow us on Twitter @ newrelic for future announcements.

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By Adron Hall of New Relic 16 days ago.
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…displaying a list of badges, ribbons, stars, or other gamification awards.

If you're interested in the next steps, ping @ NewRelic or @ adron on Twitter and let us know you want to see more how-to write ups for the work and flow of JavaScript. I'll also be rolling a lot of this material and more into a Pluralsight Course in about a month, so keep an eye out for that!

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By Klampaeckel of till's blog 6 months ago.
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And last but not least, after restart — used on our applications to send an annotation to NewRelic — that we successfully deployed a new release.

Before symlink

So up until now, the before_symlink.rb looked like this: composer_command = "/usr/local/bin/php" composer_command

Note: release_path is a variable automatically available/populated in the scope of this script. If you need more, your node attributes are available as well.

Anyway, after reading Scaling Symfony2 …

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On RailsLab over 3 years ago.
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…of the top 50 gems deployed. If a gem you are interested in is not listed, tweet @ newrelic with the gem name and we can tweet the percent of use across our customer base. How to read our Gems chart: The number following the name of each gem represents the percent of hosts having this gem deployed.

Most Commonly Used Plugins

(% of Rails Applications)

This is the list of the top 50 plugins deployed. If a plugin you are interested in is not listed, tweet @ newrelic with …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic 1 year ago.
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So how did we get to that specific point in the code? In NewRelic:: Agent::Instrumentation:: Queutime#parse queue time from, the object ‘matches' is derived from get_matches_from_header, which specifies QUEUE HEADER, in this case ‘ HTTP X QUEUE START' which was added by nginx upstream. That ‘matches' object is then passed to record_rollup_queue_stat with the variable ‘end_time', which will ultimately be Time.now. The record_rollup_queue_stat method calls record_rollup_stat_of_type …

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By Mike Perham of over 1 year ago.
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The Clymb is better runtime monitoring for our website and servers. We have NewRelic but I always want more. With this in mind, I decided to try out statsd to collect and aggregate metrics for visualization. By using statsd, you get two benefits: 1) metric aggregation so you don't have to pay for N machines reporting metrics to a pay service and 2) control over where your metrics go so you can route them to Graphite, Librato Metrics or any other standard metrics …

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By Jake Scruggs of Jake Scruggs almost 4 years ago.
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http://memprof.com should totally get bought out by @ newrelic and the coolest performance site eva! # railsconf

New Relic totally owes me a %10 finders fee for this idea. It would be teh awesome.

Later http://memprof.com came back up and I looked around. Nice interface and cool site.

Ruby's Dark and Dusty Corners - Evan Phoenix, Charles Nutter

I loved Charles' 3 rules for threads:

1. Don't use threads

2. If you do, don't share state

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By jeff of Comments on: blog almost 4 years ago.
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Interesting tidbits from around the web (May 26th):

11K in 11 Hours: Pre-Launch Lessons Learned with Danielle LaPorte -

Lego Safe is ultra secure - SlipperyBrick.com - 5 2 digit unlock codes, motion sensors, automatic door. crazy.

RailsLab .:. State of the Stack: A Ruby on Rails Benchmarking Report - 25 May 2010 - @ newrelic puts out a bunch of stats about their users rails stacks. ruby 1.8.6/1.8.7 and rails 2.3.5 are king.

Rails 3 en …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic almost 2 years ago.
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…development.

Velocity attendees get a free 30-day trial of New Relic Pro. Go to http://newrelic.com/velocity and enter promo code velocity30 to claim your free account today.

If you haven't gotten your Velocity 2012 pass yet, we can help you get a discount off the registration fee. Register today to get your discount by typing NEWRELIC in the Group field.

See you there!

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