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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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Karle Durante from Custom Ink dropped me an email about a gem they released recently called format_for_extensions. Karl was tired of hainvg to type out the same format_for validation in his Rails models every time he needed to validate email, or address, or phone number field. format_for_extentions not only gives you a few easy to use canned validations like validates_postal_code_for and validates_email_for, but also provides an easy way to abstract the configuration so you can add your own.

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