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PIVOTAL LABS
Standup 2009-02-25

Interesting Things

  • The Golden Gate Ruby Conference is now accepting proposals for talks.

  • Rails by default stores its session in a browser cookie as an encrypted string. If you want to get the contents of that cookie from within Rails, you can call “session.dbman.send :marshal, session.data“. If you want to get that value from tests, you’ll have to use an integration test, as functional tests mock out too much of the session store.

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