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Episode #145 - January 28, 2011

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Mail gem vulnerability, RailsCasts reaches 250, Ruby4Kids, Gosu, keeping track of your school days, a quick chat with Dave and Chad, and more in this birthday-snowpocalypse edition of Ruby5.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Snowpocalypse
  • Mail Vulnerability
  • RailsCasts
  • Ruby4Kids
  • Gosu
  • school_days
  • NetBeans Drops RoR
  • Dave and Chad
  • Ruby5

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