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Episode #43 - January 19, 2010

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Managing music with Ruby, Arid Cache, and Navvy are featured on this episode of Ruby5. Also, Growling your SQL, Hammertime, and Who's Online with Redis are also covered.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Who's Online
  • iTunes and MacRuby
  • Rails Jukebox
  • Arid Cache
  • Hammertime
  • SQL Growl
  • Navvy
  • Ruby5 Co-Hosts
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