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Episode #341 - February 1st, 2013

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Hold on to your butts! RubyGems got pwned. What else is going on this half of this week? Well, a new way to interrogate your arrays, some wise words about random numbers in Ruby, a multi-line memoization technique, asynchronous requests with Thin, and oh, by the way, your CSS is garbage.

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  • queryable_array
  • Ruby & Random
  • Sexy Memoization
  • Async Thin
  • CSS Trashman
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