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Episode #220 - November 4th, 2011

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Josh Clayton’s blog post, “Design Patterns in the Wild: Null Object” … Santiago Pastorino’s blog post, “Ruby 1.9.3 and ruby-debug” … Gemnasium, a gem version tracker … OmniAuth 1.0 … Russ Olsen’s Ruby Reading List … GitHub Enterprise

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  • New Relic
  • Null Object Pattern
  • ruby-debug with 1.9.3
  • Gemnasium
  • OmniAuth 1.0
  • Ruby Reading
  • GitHub Enterprise
  • Ruby5

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