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Episode #246 - February 14, 2012

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It's Valentine's Day and on this episode we Deliver Newman to the Lion, while the Little Guys go on a Anonymous donation Spree for Travis CI!

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Anonymous Blocks as function Arguments in Ruby Jump to Story

Stephen Ball put together a great article describing how to use blocks as function arguments, how to call any method in Ruby with a block, and how to hand blocks around using the ampersand and call. If blocks are confusing to you, see his post and become enlightened.

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