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Episode #397 - August 23rd, 2013

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Create your own identicons, lita the Ruby chatbot, writing common table expressions, the top 10 sites built on Rails, how to implement the observer pattern from scratch, and managing your environment config with figaro all in this episode of Ruby5!

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  • ruby_identicon
  • The Observer Pattern
  • lita
  • figaro
  • Common Table Expressions
  • Top 10 Rails Sites
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