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Episode #259 - March 30th, 2012

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Yehuda rises to the call with RailsApp, touching your web pages with hammer, two different ckeditor asset gems, teeny finite state machines with micromachine, diffbench, curator, and Jruby in the Google Summer of Code.

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  • New Relic
  • RailsApp
  • hammer.js
  • ckeditor-rails
  • ckeditor
  • micromachine
  • diffbench
  • curator
  • JRuby GSoC
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