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  • Meet the Goliath of Ruby Application Servers

    PostRank Labs released an open source version of their Ruby web server framework powering PostRank. Goliath, is an asynchronous server designed for speed, leveraging key features of Ruby 1.9+. Goliath creates fast web and data services not unlike node.js but sticking with what Ruby developers know..Ruby. Discover how easy it can be to create manageable server-side services with Ruby.

  • Ruby in Practice with Jeremy McAnally

    InfoQ's Rob Bazinet and Matthew Bass had the opportunity to talk with Jeremy McAnally, about the book he co-authored with Assaf Arkin, Ruby in Practice. The book is not for the beginner looking to simply learn Ruby but for the Rubyist seeking more detailed guidance on specific topics.

  • The Well-Grounded Rubyist, David A. Black

    The Ruby language was first released 14 years ago and since that time as experienced great growth with thanks to Ruby frameworks such as Ruby on Rails. This book covers intricate details of the Ruby language today, including the latest Ruby 1.9.1, and gives developers a solid foundation for creating Ruby applications.

  • Talking RubyMine with JetBrains Developer Dmitry Jemerov

    One of the more interesting announcements recently coming to the Ruby community was the release of JetBrains RubyMine IDE for Ruby and Ruby on Rails applications. The Ruby community is known for not typically using an integrated development environment (IDE) such as .NET or Java developers use. Ruby developers usually stick to plain text editors such as TextMate, Vim and Emacs.

  • Using Ruby Fibers for Async I/O: NeverBlock and Revactor

    Rails 2.2 is schedule to be thread safe - but will blocking I/O libraries make it necessary to run multiple Ruby instances? We take a look at how non-blocking I/O and Ruby 1.9's Fibers help solve the problem. We talked to Mohammad A. Ali of the NeverBlock project and Tony Arcieri of the Revactor project.

  • A Look at Ruby Debuggers

    A misconception lingers in the Ruby world: Ruby has no debugger. This is blatantly wrong - Ruby has debuggers, GUIs for debuggers and APIs for debuggers. InfoQ takes a close look at the state of debugging tools in the Ruby world - and finds that its debugging support is more than sufficient.

  • Ruby Concurrency, Actors, and Rubinius - Interview with MenTaLguY

    With Erlang popularizing Actors, Rubinius adding its Multi-VM, and Ruby 1.9 adding another concurrency primitive with Fibers (Coroutines), a lot of things are going on in the Ruby concurrency world. So we interviewed MenTaLguY, who works on Rubinius, JRuby and many aspects of concurrency in the Ruby world.

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