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Episode #186 - June 24, 2011

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GitHub releases an awesome mac app, Cucumber goes 1.0, reverse engineering server configs with blueprint, Modernizr-Rails, protcting your rack, JQuery-graphie, Nordea gem for currency conversion, ruby-units, and a shoutout to Frozen Rails.. Brought to you by NewRelic with the melodious voices of David Bock and Ryan McGeary.

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  • New Relic
  • GitHub for Mac
  • Cucumber 1.0
  • Blueprint
  • Modernizr-Rails
  • rack-protection
  • JQuery-graphie
  • Nordea
  • ruby-units
  • Frozen Rails
  • Ruby5

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