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Friday
Dec122008

Double Shot #350

Round numbers of these things always make me happy.

  • Introducing Cache Money - Gem from the Twitter folks to implement write-through caching with Active Record and Memcached.

  • Fun with Threads - Further discussion of how Rails is tackling threading, from Koz.

  • Future proofing your Ruby code. Ruby 1.9.1 is coming. - Advice from Dr. Nic.

  • A case against Mocking and Stubbing and A case against a case against mocking and stubbing - Back-and-forth with Brian Cardarella and David Chelimsky.
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