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Episode #203 - September 2nd, 2011

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Rails 3.1.0 has been released! ... Derick Bailey's blog post, "Don't Limit Your Backbone Apps To Backbone Constructs" ... Scott Chacon's blog post, "GitHub Flow" ... RubyGems 1.8.10 security patch ... ActiveConfiguration generic settings store ... Normalize.css ... Steve Richert's blog post, "Simultaneous Capybara Sessions in Cucumber".

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  • New Relic
  • Rails 3.1.0
  • Writing Backbone.js apps
  • Github Flow
  • RubyGems security fix
  • ActiveConfiguration
  • normalize.css
  • Capybara Sessions
  • Ruby5

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