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Episode #164 - April 5, 2011

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Goliath gets Clever, Development on the Road tests your Sanity, Rubygems and Bundler get bumped, and nominations for the 2011 Ruby Hero Awards are now open on this episode of Ruby5.

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As a project grows and your business rules change, it is not uncommon to begin collecting invalid objects in your database. This is where active_sanity can, well, save your sanity. It will scan your database and report invalid instances and optionally move them into a separate table for later reference.

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