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Episode #290 - July 20th, 2012

Three great blog entries about grooming your development environment, The Role, Hamster, and more with co-host Dave Bock and special guest host Ryan McGeary of 'Let Me Google That for You' fame. The closing song would have made a lot more sense if our story on the javascript library 'mousetrap' hadn't been cut for space...

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