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Episode #143 - January 21st, 2011

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NoSQL with MySQL? In your Fistface! Autorefresh your HTML Truncation, Learning on the RailsBridge, keep it ClassyCAS, and some Windows love courtesy of the RailsInstaller!

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  • New Relic RPM
  • RailsBridge
  • NoSQL MySQL
  • HTML Truncation
  • ClassyCAS
  • RailsInstaller
  • Fistface
  • Autorefresh
  • Ruby5

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