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Episode #251 - March 2nd, 2012

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Wizard-ify Your Rails Controllers with Wicked … Edge Rails: PATCH is the new primary HTTP method for updates … The Great Ruby Shootout … Test/Spec/Mini … UnixUtils Gem … Ruby 1.9’s GOTO Statement

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  • New Relic
  • Wicked
  • PATCH method
  • Ruby benchmarks
  • Test/Spec/Mini
  • UnixUtils
  • Ruby GOTO
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