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Episode #187 - June 28, 2011

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Call to arms at the Universitas, learn about two-factor authentication, EngineX, Brewdler, the Adhearson console, RABL, and Ruby 1.9 "keep your hash-rocket away from my colon!" syntax issues.

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  • EngineX
  • Two-Factor Auth
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  • hash_syntax
  • Brewdler
  • Adhearsion
  • APIs with RABL
  • Ruby5

Brewdler Jump to Story

These days we use Bundler to describe our application’s gem dependencies, but gems aren’t the the only thing our applications depend on to run. Your application also has service dependencies like mongodb, imagemagick, sphinx, or redis. For developers using OSX and Homebrew Andrew Nesbitt recently created Brewdler, which allows you to keep your application dependencies in one file (a Brewfile) and install them with one command (brewdle install).

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