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Episode #297 - August 14, 2012

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The real Rails 3.2.8 gets started with rails_apps_composer, we Lose and then Find how to do Ruby Bitwise operations, and then we light it all on fire on this episode of Ruby5.

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Bitwise operations in Ruby, and an example application to testing with Rspec Jump to Story

Last week, Vito Botta wrote a post detailing how to use bitwise operations to clean up a set of specs. It's an interesting look at how to use bitwise operations to generate data tables and see some Array functions that you may not have used before.

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