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Tom Copeland
Software Developer, LivingSocial

Tom Copeland began programming on a TRS-80 Model I, but demand for that skill waned and he moved on to Java and then to Ruby. He has programmed in Ruby since 2004 and worked on Ruby on Rails systems since 2007. He remembers when FastCGI was the runtime tool of choice for Rails application, and he’s glad that those days are over.

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Here's a Nagios check that uses the Passenger memory function that we discussed:
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