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Episode #307 - September 21st, 2012

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Yell 1.0.0 ... Complex Has Many Associations with ActiveRecord ... A fireside chat about optional parentheses ... LearnRubyAndRails.com ... From Lisp to Ruby ... StrongParameters

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