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Episode #295 - August 7th, 2012

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This episode marks the 3 year anniversary of Ruby5, thank you all for listening. Today we cover api_taster, overriding instance method with module, more Rails 4 live streaming, event tracking, checker gem, and legacy systems.

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  • Checker Gem
  • Legacy Systems
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