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Episode #28 - November 17, 2009

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There are several new screencasts being produced targeting the Ruby and IT community worth checking out. In addition, JetBrains, DocumentCloud, and others are still hard at work making your Ruby life easier.

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Chris Parsons and Corey Haines have begun producing Katacasts, which are Ruby code katas presented in a screencast format. You get to look over the shoulder of these guys as they hone their programming fu. You will be in awe of their vim-jitsu. And, ultimately, you will become so envious that you will begin to perform your own katas and become a new Ruby master.

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