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Episode #169 - April 22, 2011

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the iPhone puts a tag in your ear, a few SASS and Coffeescript references to get you excited, Cuba, faster_require, and Barney on this CodeSherpa-led Ruby5 expedition.

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  • iPhone Tracking
  • Formalized
  • Patterner
  • EveryTimeZone
  • Rails3-FullCalendar
  • Cuba
  • faster_require
  • barney
  • Ruby5

iPhone Tracking Jump to Story

Your iPhone knows where you've been, and this program shows it to you. This news has created such a controversy it even made national news in the U.S. last night. In related news, Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley was quoted as saying "If Apple can license Amazon's bogus one-click patent, they should be talking to us before pulling this stunt. We're gonna sue!". No, not really.

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