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  Last Saturday

Remote work

Are you working remotely already? We Ruby developers are more connected to remote work than the other language developers. I thought it would be relevant to share here my personal experience on this subject. http://davidmles.com/blog/remote-work/

worque - Manage your daily notes like a boss

Ever stunned when your boss suddenly asked what you’ve done yesterday? Wanna check all your daily tasks without exiting your favourite editor VIM? Something to report on daily stand-ups? Then worque is definitely a right tool for you! Read more about it here

Webmock.io

Webmock.io allows you to create HTTP endpoints with custom responses (aka mocked web services). Every mock will be assigned a unique link that can be used to access it. All requests to this endpoint will be tracked and can be inspected on the history page. It also allows realtime debugging of the incoming requests by showing live updates on incoming requests to the endpoint.

New gem for the Gyft API

I have a little project that required me to work with the Gyft developer API. As there was no gem yet I decided to build one.

Post Rails-Way Book Bundle

Together with other book/video authors, we’ve decided to create a Post Rails Book Bundle. The theme of the bundle is all things which are beyond “The Rails Way”. The offer is time-limited and ends on Friday this week. [more inside]

PureCDB - 32 and 64 bit CDB files in pure Ruby

PureCDB is a pure Ruby implementation of Bernsteins CDB format. It supports both reading and writing both standard 32 bit CDB files (limited to 4GB) and extended 64 bit CDB files which can be bigger. Uses ffi-mmap to mmap() the files on reading.

FFI based Mmap gem

ffi-mmap is a very bare-bones Mmap implementation using FFI instead of a C extension. I wrote this for a project when I realised the old mmap extension wouldn’t compile on the version of Ruby I was testing my project on.

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