Rails Envy Podcast: Episode #066: 02/12/2009

Rails Envy Podcast

Episode 066. This week we're a bit light on the news but heavy on speaker interviews from Acts As Conference. Listen for short and sweet interviews with Nathaniel Talbott, Yehuda Katz, Jim Weirich, Dan Benjamin, Steven Bristol, Robert Dempsey, and Lew Cirne. Subscribe via iTunes - iTunes onl...

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Episode 066. This week we're a bit light on the news but heavy on speaker interviews from Acts As Conference. Listen for short and sweet interviews with Nathaniel Talbott, Yehuda Katz, Jim Weirich, Dan Benjamin, Steven Bristol, Robert Dempsey, and Lew Cirne.

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Sponsored by New Relic The Rails Envy podcast is brought to you this week by NewRelic. NewRelic provides RPM which is a plugin for rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Debuting this week is the Rails Lab which gives you expert advice on tuning and optimizing your Rails app. Check it out at RailsLab.NewRelic.com.

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