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Episode #128 - November 19, 2010

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Rails 3.0.3, Rails for Zombies, Hudson and Vagrant, csv_records, Mongrel2, ArchiveTree, and more are on this episode of Ruby5.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Rails 3.0.3
  • Bundler 1.0.7
  • Rails for Zombies
  • Mongrel2
  • iPad RDoc
  • Hudson and Vagrant
  • csv_records
  • ArchiveTree
  • Ruby5

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