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Episode #304 - September 11th, 2012

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In this episode we blow your mind with xiki, learn about Class.new & protected, deploy with Mina, scale with pragmatic concurrency, and finally learn about open source voter registration.

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  • Semaphore
  • xiki
  • Class.new
  • Protected
  • Mina
  • Voter Registraion
  • Concurrency
  • Ruby5

xiki Jump to Story

So imagine you had a shell console, but you could edit anything at any time. This is what xiki allows you to do. It’s using the command line in a way that you’ve never seen before, and allows you to build command line interfaces in a way you’ve never experienced. You gotta check out their quick screencast.

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