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Episode #179 - May 31, 2011

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From Berlin we talk about including Javascript libraries Less.js and Backbone-rails with Rails 3.1, Refinery CMS 1.0, Legacy POW, Yard 0.7.0, Document Mapper, and finally Flying Sphinx on Heroku.

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