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Episode #352 - March 12th, 2013

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This week Carlos and Gregg talk about Inspecting Rails 4 with Ruby 2.0, SourceMaps, Yard-tomdoc, Signed ruby gems, CSSSplitter gem, Ruby for libwebp, and we give the last call for Ruby Heroes.

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  • Signed Gems
  • CSSSplitter gem
  • webp-ffi
  • Ruby Heroes
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