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Episode #98 - July 30th, 2010

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Rails 3 and Bundler release candidates, using Bundler in the 'real world', convenient_scopes, mailman, maptastic, and rollout are featured this week, along with your guest host CodeSherpa, Karen Gillison

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  • NewRelic RPM
  • Bundler 1.0-rc.1
  • Rails 3.0-rc.1
  • Real World Bundler
  • convenient_scopes
  • MailMan
  • maptastic
  • rollout
  • cap-git deployment
  • Ruby5

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