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15 Aug 2018

SD Ruby Podcast

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Watch awesome talks on Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and other topics in this long-running video podcast from the San Diego Ruby user group. This podcast features live talks from SD Ruby members which are recorded each month on the campus of the University of California San Diego, in the Computer Science and Engineering building. The SD Ruby podcast is sponsored by New Relic. Bandwidth is provided by Joyent.

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    Episode 133: Introduction to Watir

    Hillary Hueter demonstrates how to validate user interfaces with Watir. Learn how to write scripts that automate common functions (clicking links, selecting options from a list, filling out forms, etc.) and how to use Watir in Cucumber or RSpec tests.


  • Posted on 12 May 2013

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    Episode 132: Intro to Ruby 2.0

    Matt Aimonetti introduces the latest version of Ruby -- Ruby 2.0. Find out what's new in Ruby and what it means for your Rails applications.


  • Posted on 12 May 2013

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    Episode 131: Profiling Ruby

    Greg Price was frustrated by how long it takes Ruby 1.9.3 apps to launch, so he decided to dive in and fix things. By using general techniques for profiling and fixing code, he was able to make app launching in Ruby 2.0 twice as fast. Greg shares his techniques and shows how they can be used for any performance problem in MRI or a C extension.


  • Posted on 23 Apr 2013

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    Episode 130: What's New in Rails 4

    Ruby on Rails 4 offers a number of useful new features and also breaks ties with a lot of old Rails baggage. Ben Hughes talks about what's new in the next release of Rails and shows how to prepare your existing Rails 3 apps for the upgrade.


  • Posted on 10 Feb 2013

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    Episode 129: Class's Class is Class (Metaprogramming is Trolling You)

    Chris Kelly returns to SD Ruby to give a talk on Ruby metaprogramming, starting with the Ruby Object Model and working through the most common metaprogramming callbacks.


  • Posted on 29 Dec 2012

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