1. Geoffrey Grosenbach has been designing and developing web applications since 1997. You might recognize his soothing voice from the Peepcode screencasts, of which he is the founder. Or maybe you also know he is nuts about road cycling, a hobby and so much more!

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  2. Andy Lindeman gives a quick tour of Rails 4.0. Some highlights:

    * Rails.queue
    * strong_parameters
    * Turbolinks
    * Russian Doll Caching (cache_digests)
    * ActionController::Live (streaming)
    * PATCH verb
    * Routing concerns
    * Extraction of activeresource
    * ActiveRecord::Relation changes and improvements
    * Removal of plugin support (not gems; only those that are installed in vendor/plugins)
    * Removal of Rails 2 finder syntax
    * Deprecation of most dynamic finders
    * Deprecation of eager-evaluated scopes

    Slide deck: speakerdeck.com/u/alindeman/p/rails-4-dot-0-whirlwind-tour

    bignerdranch.com

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  3. Screencast for Pry, a Ruby REPL.

    If you're using Pry with Rails, you'll want to check out this Railscast (railscasts.com/episodes/280-pry-with-rails). Among other things, it shows another way of loading your app with Pry.

    Here is also discussion and expansion on the loading scheme I showed in the video (gist.github.com/941174).

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  4. This five-minute video shows you how to get up and running using the Capybara browser automation library to drive a Google search from Cucumber.

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  5. This video is about Steve Klabnik - How To Give a Lightning Talk

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