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Episode #134 - December 14, 2010

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Put down your Mongoid::Paperclip, pour a cup of CoffeeScript from the Social Stream, and get ready for another Out Loud episode of Ruby5.

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Digest::SHA1 Broken in OS X? Jump to Story

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