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Episode #135 - December 17, 2010

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A 2010 Ruby Retrospective, MacRuby 0.8, how-i-work, cool.io, Crafting your own RubyGems, grape, smart-asset, and lots more on this Sherpa-powered edition of Ruby 5.

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