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Episode #45 - January 26, 2010

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Looking back on the Rails 3 BugMash, we cover quite a few Rails 3-specific topics. We also talk about domain page caching, Prowl, and MockSMTP.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Path to Rails 3
  • ARQI 3.0
  • Rails 3 BugMash
  • Upgrading
  • Domain Page Cache
  • MockSMTP
  • Ruby Prowl
  • Ruby5

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