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Episode #180 - June 3, 2011

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Upgrade Woes, Alternatives to RubyGems, CMS Releases, and great mapping tools featured in this episode of Ruby5, hosted by Dave Bock and Russ Olsen.

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  • New Relic
  • RubyGem Kerfuffle
  • Gem Versioning
  • SlimGems
  • Path to Rails 3.1
  • RefineryCMS
  • Radiant CMS
  • GMaps4Rails
  • Ruby5

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