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Phusion Passenger on cPanel

On my personal blog, I've written How to Install Phusion Passenger / mod_rails / mod_passenger on a cPanel box. Surprisingly I couldn't find any resources on how to do this, and there are a few quirks to look out for.


The 8 Most Fun Rails Jobs Available Today (August 2008)

From our Rails jobs board comes some amazing sounding jobs this month! I'm almost tempted to emigrate and apply for a few.

The working environments include a gaming startup, a skunkworks at an adult entertainment company, a house in Los Angeles, and the prestigious…

Strategies for Using Memcached and MySQL Better Together

Not Rails focused, but still relevant: Strategies for Using Memcached and MySQL Better Together.

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Want to hire the famous Dr Nic?

Become the hiring hero in your company - the ever dynamic and genius Dr Nic Williams is looking for work!

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How to Detect and Fix Slow Rails Requests

Derek Haynes has written "4 Simple Steps to Detect & Fix Slow Rails Requests," an excellent guide to figuring out what's causing your Rails app to slow down, and what to do about it. The main argument is that Rails…

Hampton Catlin's Ruby Survey

Hampton Catlin is conducting a small Ruby / Rails developer survey. The results could prove very interesting, so go fill it out!

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Open Source Rails: An Index of Open Sourced Rails Apps

Open Source Rails presents profiles of open sourced Ruby on Rails apps. The site allows you to submit application of your own, comment on existing apps, update the details for other apps, and keep track of those you're interested in. On…


Kawaii - Get Your App's script/console On The Web

As the developers say, Kawaii is "a script/console that runs in your Web browser." Essentially, it lets you debug your app and play around with the data in your database in real-time from afar. Unlike script/console, however, Kawaii cleverly formats ActiveRecord responses…

Moving from Apache and Mongrel to Phusion Passenger

Luke Francl walks you through upgrading an existing Rails application to Phusion Passenger and Ruby Enterprise Edition.

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SWFUpload and Rails

Alistair Holt posts Making SWFUpload and Rails work together. Anything that makes uploading easier in Web apps is great by me!

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