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Episode #323 - November 16th, 2012

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Despite Dave's raspy voice sounding like one of Marge Simpson's sisters, the show must go on! In the episode we cover speeding up your rails tests, a compilation of Rails 4 news, a way to win 1 million yen, request recorder, Chrome dev tools, and much much more.

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  • New Relic
  • Rails 4 Links
  • Capybara 2.0
  • Fast Rails Tests
  • Class Refactoring
  • Fukoka Ruby Competition
  • Request Recorder
  • Hash Flooding
  • Database != Queue
  • Chrome can do That?
  • Ruby5

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