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Episode #314 - October 16th, 2012

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We Naturally Express how Easy FAQs can be, create a Failover Pipeline to the 2012 Rails Rumble, and generally have a Backtastic time on this episode of Ruby5.

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  • Asset Pipeline
  • redis_failover
  • i18n FAQs
  • backtastic
  • Rails Rumble Judging
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