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Episode #181 - June 7, 2011

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Gregg goes solo again with some live interviews from Euruko, discusses Ruby news from this weekend, and tries his hardest to pronounce everyone's names correctly. Please don't make fun of him because he has no idea how to pronounce "Marcin Bunsch" correctly!

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  • Elixir
  • PostRank Acquisition
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Broadcast Jump to Story

Also at Euroku I ran into Marcin Bunsch who told me about a gem he wrote called Broadcast. At his company, FutureSimple, they needed a way when certain events occurred in their application to broadcast messages. Ex. One to jabber, one to twitter, one to yammer, one in email, one to the data tracking server. Broadcast makes it easy to publish events to multiple sources at the same time.

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