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Episode #235 - January 6th, 2012

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Rails 3.2 rc2, Rack 1.4, Delayed Job 3, Scrollarama, A home study course on Geo Rails, middleman, and 3 bookmarklets to enhance your mad web development skillz.

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  • NewRelic
  • Rails 3.2rc2
  • Rack 1.4
  • Delayed Job 3
  • Scrollorama
  • GeoRails
  • Middleman
  • deCSS3
  • xray
  • mri
  • Ruby5

deCSS3 Jump to Story

You've built an awesome website using the latest in css3 goodness, when someone asks "How does it look in IE?" You knew that question was coming, but you couldn't bring yourself to look. With deCSS3, you can bring that check closer into your development workflow. Put it in your browsers menu bar as a bookmarklet, and you can toggle some css3 rules on and off to see how well your site degrades.

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The internet is heartbleeding plus exciting rails 4.1 features. With special guest Nathan Hessler.

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