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Episode #109 - September 7th, 2010

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Rails 2.3.9, htty and ZeroMQ are on this episode of Ruby5. Also making the cut were Mongoid Tree, Android Spying, Rails CSS Views, and the cheezburger gem.

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  • htty
  • ZeroMQ
  • Mongoid Tree
  • Rails Developer
  • Rails CSS Views
  • cheezburger
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cheezburger - RSpec in lolcat Jump to Story

Have you ever thought to yourself... "self, I would certainly test more better and more often if only I could write those aforementioned tests in lolcat." Well, beyond your poor grammar, I applaud your sensibilities. And this week, Josep Bach has come to your rescue with the cheezburger gem. Yes. Now, you too can write your tests in lolcat.

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