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Help Us Build Rails Video Tutorials For You

This is an introductory post about a following video series that we’re trying to build. The plan is to record a video tutorial on a small project for capturing form data (as a service). The purpose of this post is to gather some feedback pre-release so we can build a better video series. Share your thoughts!

Awesome Ruby Events (Meetups, Conferences, Camps, etc.)

Hello, I’ve started yet another awesome collection on GitHub. What’s news? The awesome-events repo collects Ruby events (meetups, conferences, camps, etc.) from around the world. I’m from Austria, thus, I’ve started w/ Central Europe. New events, meetup, camps, conferences, and more welcome. Cheers.

Git Merge 2015 Reviewed

Hey Ruby folks, here’s a review of the latest Git Merge conference, brought to you by one of Netguru developers. Feel free to jump in and share your thoughts on the topics presented during the event: Git Merge 2015 Reviewed

Tackling Those Tests, Part 2: Getting Fun and Functional With FactoryGirl

The most comprehensive test suite is nothing without the appropriate amount – and type – of test data to support it. The factory_girl gem is one of the most efficient and painless ways of creating test data within a Rails app. This post explains how to effectively make use of FactoryGirl in your application, and which bugs you should avoid along the way.

New Ruby ETL gem available: Kiba

I just released the first gem version (0.0.5) of Kiba, a declarative row-based processing DSL (first introduced here). It’s now in production use by a couple of people to transform and move data around, hope you’ll like it.

Skins, minimal styles for Rails scaffolds

Skins is a small Rails plugin that adds a thin layer of style to your app. In short, is just a stylesheet and free fonts. No need to change your HTML, nor add extra markup. Check the code on github.

Micro library for initialize variables

Ocioso is a gem for lazily initialize variables of your ruby objects, also you can define your defaults values and allow certain variables, hope you enjoy it!

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