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Clobber Windows Ruby HTTPS connectivity issues with the new Net::HTTP SSL Fix gem

I recently released a little Ruby gem with a fix for HTTP connectivity via the Net::HTTP library.

From the Net::HTTP SSL Fix Ruby gem’s README:

No more / (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻!

But you probably want a more detailed description of the gem’s purpose, so here it is:

A Community-updated Net::HTTP certificate authority file hack. Very useful for authoring Ruby-based HTTP clients that must run on Windows.

Read my post Clobber Windows Ruby HTTPS connectivity issues with the new Net::HTTP SSL Fix gem for more information.

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Earning your business (and attention)

When you’re developing software like I am, the conventional thinking is that you must build up your email marketing list now, at all costs, so you can blast your message at everyone continually after launch.

I’m taking a different approach.

Read my post Earning your business (and attention) on the Glass Case Blog.

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