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Episode #241 - January 27th, 2012

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We weren't timely enough to get the news of the release of Rails 2.3.1, but we are still chock full of ruby news this week! The BitNami RailsStack installer, business_time, DCI education and commentary, Draper 1.1, theme-in-a-gem, Lisp in Ruby, wat, and Rails' Hidden Features in this feature-packed Ruby5.

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