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Episode #239 - January 20th, 2012

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Would-you-like-to-play-a-game? Global-thermo-tic-tac-toe? Yes! This week, the Minimax game AI algorithm, some Sinatra goodies and Factory Girl goes meta. We also talk about Hobson and a solid programming tip to boot.

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