Get your Microscope for MicroLogger: A small Logger on Top of MicroEvent.rb


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
Being impressed by MicroEvent.js I played with the thought to use such a library not only in JavaScript, but also in Ruby. The design pattern of this kind...

Get your Microscope for MicroLogger: A small Logger on Top of MicroEvent.rb


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
Being impressed by MicroEvent.js I played with the thought to use such a library not only in JavaScript, but also in Ruby. The design pattern of this kind...

Google Summer of Code 2015


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
Ruby will be participating in the Google Summer of Code 2015 as a top-level organization. We will be acting as an umbrella for Ruby-related projects including...

Ruby 2.2.1 Released


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
We are pleased to announce the release of Ruby 2.2.1. This is the first TEENY version release of the stable 2.2 series. This release includes the fix for...

Ruby 2.0.0-p643 Released


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
We are pleased to announce the release of Ruby 2.0.0-p643. This is the last ordinal release of Ruby 2.0.0. Ruby 2.0.0 goes into the state of the security...

Experience Report: Weak Code Ownership


over 1 year ago by Jay Fields on Jay Fields Thoughts.
In 2006 Martin Fowler wrote about Code Ownership. It's a quick read, I'd recommend checking it out if you've never seen it. At the time I was working at...

Support for Ruby 1.9.3 has ended


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
As of today, all support for Ruby 1.9.3 has ended. Bug and security fixes from more recent Ruby versions will no longer be backported to 1.9.3. This end...

Meet Volt, A Promising Ruby Framework For Dynamic Applications


over 1 year ago by Amaury on RubyLearning Blog.
By Amaury Andres Peniche Gonzalez – Software Engineer at Toptal Amaury is a systems and production engineer with experience in front and back-end...

Traveling Ruby 20150210: smaller, supports Ruby 2.2, Windows


over 1 year ago by Hongli Lai on Phusion Corporate Blog.
Traveling Ruby allows you to create self-contained, “portable” Ruby binaries which can run on any Windows machine, any Linux distribution and...

Turbocaching security changes


over 1 year ago by Hongli Lai on Phusion Corporate Blog.
Phusion Passenger version 5.0.0 beta 3 was released today, with a number of changes to the turbocache. The turbocache is a component in Passenger 5 that...