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Async Processing in Ruby with beanstalkd: Updates to Beaneater and Backburner

We just released Beaneater 0.3.1 (the official beanstalkd client for ruby) and Backburner 0.4.1 (battle-tested background jobs with beanstalkd) with plenty of bug fixes and features for both. If you are interested in understanding more about why you would use beanstalkd or backburner, you can read more about that at Why Backburner? and Why Beanstalkd?. We put these together because we’d love to see beanstalkd more heavily used in the ruby community.

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