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Episode #255 - March 16th, 2012

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Locally precompile assets, Enumerable::Lazy, rspec 2.0 RC, new ruby and rails doc site, decent exposure, DDD for Rails Devs, and a ruby wrapper for the ESPN API.

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  • Local Precompile
  • Enumerable Lazy
  • RSpec 2.9.0.rc2
  • Ruby-Docs
  • decent_exposure
  • DDD
  • EspnRb
  • Ruby5

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