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Episode #209 - September 27, 2011

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On the eve of Rubyconf we discuss Versioning your APIs, extracting domain models, partial reuse, Two-factor ssh authentication, Ruby timeout woes, Ruby 1.9.3 RC1, and we break the news that all your Rubies depend on ActiveSupport.

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  • Rails Best Practices
  • Versioning your APIs
  • Extracting Domain Models
  • Reusing Partial Views
  • Bundler's Secret
  • Two-Factor SSH Auth
  • Ruby Timeout Woes
  • Ruby 1.9.3 RC1
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