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Episode #136 - December 21, 2010

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WebSockets and Tropo, Cream, Puppet on EC2, the Qlobe, Documentation and XSS are on this episode of Ruby5.

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The Qlobe - A Ruby Quine Jump to Story

Quines are an interesting software application whose sole purpose is to print its own source to the screen. Sounds simple, but generally, it's not. And that makes it especially amazing to see that Yusuke Endoh posted a Ruby quine which not only works, but its source is also ASCII art. And, ASCII art that moves, at that!

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Command line utilities, autoload paths, a handful of Ruby and Rails releases, security analysis tools, and more on this episode of Ruby5.