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Episode #18 - October 13, 2009

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Refinery, Chef-Deploy, and CodeRack are covered in this Tuesday morning episode. Also, you'll hear about the GitHub transition from the inside and a little of What's New in Edge Rails.

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Rails development is still going strong and there are a few recent changes that you should know about. First, Rails will now escape any strings passed into your views, by default (think h("foo")). An second, the content_tag_for helper will now append the optional CSS prefix to the generated CSS CLASS, as well as the CSS ID, as before. Rails 3 development is still going strong and, as always, there are more refinements and syntactic sugar to love.

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