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Episode #407 - October 1st, 2013

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Aimee and Gregg do Ruby5 together for the first time, covering Ruby 2.1, pairing with tmux, closures, gem config, executable web apps, a simple git branching model, and CI with sphero.

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  • TopRubyJobs
  • Ruby 2.1 Walkthrough
  • tmux
  • Closures in Ruby
  • Gem Config
  • Executable ruby apps
  • git branching model
  • CI Sphero
  • Ruby5

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