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Episode #338 - January 22nd, 2013

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Stretch your ElasticSearch, Profile your Ruby Threads, Sort your Nested Trees, Ruby in JavaScript, SoundCloud from Terminal while graphing your Hubtime.

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Hubtime is a command line tool that uses Github’s API to print status and generate custom graphs based on your github activity.

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