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Episode #316 - October 23rd, 2012

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We talk about the RubyGems downtime and its dependency API, Rails Rumble winners, versioning your Ruby objects, and take a skeptical look at Turbolinks.

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  • Nezumi
  • RubyGems Downtime
  • Rails Rumble Winners
  • Aversion
  • Turbolinks Skepticism
  • Ruby5

Aversion Jump to Story

Listener Josep M. Bach let us know about a library he created called Aversion at that allows you to make your Ruby object immutable and versionable. You can use a transform method inside of the object in case you do want to change some aspects of it. And when you do, a new object is created with a reference to the original one.

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