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Episode #387 - July 19th, 2013

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WAT! On today's episode, some Heroku tips, Sass in your browser, A/B testing help, and some wisdom on uniqueness constraints. WAT! WAT!

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  • New Relic
  • Faster deploys
  • Scaling Heroku
  • Sass sourcemaps
  • `prepend_view_path`
  • Unique Indexes
  • Ruby5

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