#005 - mar 09th 2013


Here are your weekly news about ruby, the universe and everything (according tothe current scope). I'm preparing a dedicated website to organize the collective writing of this newsletter, more news about it very soon.


What could be heard last week ..
Giant Robots 38 mar 4
discussion with Jeremy McAnally from Github.
RubyRogues 095 mar 4
discussion with Joe O'Brien about people, the reason why projects succeed and fail.
Ruby5 350 mar 5
bundler, signed gems, coffeescript, postgres, close enough, apprentice programmer.
Ruby5 351 mar 8
roundup, rails 4 gem, classified-ipsum, hiding activerecords.
Javascript Jabber 050 mar 8
Qunit with Jorn Zaefferer, testing, Ci, and other concerns.


Screencasts and conferences videos, or other video feeds ...
scanning a string mar 4
the weekly freebie from RubyTapas.
Matz on ruby 2.0 mar 6
the talk and transcript given during the Waza conf on ruby 2.0.
Programming isn't math mar 7
about scala but interesting.


From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Pair programming with italian tomatoes mar 4
a small article presenting pomodoro, a pair programming technique.
Integration testing with Casper.js mar 7
casper uses phantom.js for testing js in your web apps.
Why Haskell is worth learning mar 5
it's always good to learn new things.
Method signature mar 7
a post listing all possible ways to pass arguments to methods.
Bundle secrets mar 7
review list of powers that bundle grants you.
Bug hunt in Eventmachine mar 7
a pretty detailed story about tracking a bug in C libraries


A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
a disorderly distributed language based on ruby as a DSL named BUD
a game for ruby programmers using Gosu
for mocking and stubbing (a classic, recently updated)
helps with git workflow, but the code is more interesting to read than to run asis
is a fork of ruby-debug that was abandoned some time ago
is adapting capistrano to git flow
gamifies rails apps


Flat Design Conference
the Flat new movement
Links curated by mose (editor).

Green Ruby News was a feed of fresh links of the week about ruby, javascript, webdev, devops, collected by mose, xenor and tysliu every sunday.