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Episode #238 - January 17th, 2012

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This week we start out with the open source commenting app Juvia, Neo4J on Heroku, Lying tests, local Rails docs, Smelly Cucumbers, and finally it's time again for the Ruby Hero Awards.

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  • Code School
  • Juvia
  • Local Rails Docs
  • Neo4J on Heroku
  • Tests Lie
  • Smelly Cucumbers
  • Ruby Hero
  • Ruby5

Juvia – An open source commenting application Jump to Story

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