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Ruby on Rails 2.2 Screencast

Produced by Gregg Pollack & Jason Seifer

Covering the newest features of Rails 2.2 including:

  • Scaling with Etags
  • Connection Pooling
  • New Enumerable Methods
  • The New Test Helpers
  • Internationalization
  • Much more new stuff from each Rails gem

This screencast also comes with code samples for a great number of the improvements we cover.

Running time: 44 minutes
QuickTime, Theora Ogg, and iPhone/iPod format

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"The screencast and PDF are well worth your time and money if and when you are planning on working in Rails 2.2. "
"I feel like I have a much better understanding of the changes that occurred and already have noted a few places in my own code I can clean up once I’ve migrated to Rails 2.2."
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"Considering all the changes that have occurred in the six months between Rails 2.1 and Rails 2.2, this screencast does a good job in explaining all the new stuff."
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