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Episode #149 - February 11, 2011

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In today's Ruby5, steep yourself in confabulation on CloudEdit, the Javascript Garden, Copycopter, the pagination gem Kaminari, auto-bundling, some new Rails releases and even some SQL Server.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • CloudEdit for Backbone.js
  • Bundle while you git
  • Rails 3.0.4 released
  • Kaminari
  • Copycopter
  • Modern SQL Server
  • Javascript Garden
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