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Episode #163 - April 1, 2011

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Text-Align Centaur, updated Client Side Validations, major release of Mongoid, 4th Edition of Agile Web Development with Rails, Robonia Domains now available, Multi-File Uploads, DHH offended by rspec

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  • Text-Align: Centaur
  • Client Side Validations
  • Mongoid 2
  • Agile Web Development
  • .rb Domains
  • Multi-file Uploads
  • RSpec Offends DHH
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