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Episode #438 - February 7th, 2014

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We learn about Recursion a list of deprecated stuff in Ruby and the value of Rails worst practices

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Tail call optimizations, keeping migrations healthy, how raptor is so much faster, the psychology of SAAS products, and Ru for your CLI all in this episode of the Ruby5!

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Command line utilities, autoload paths, a handful of Ruby and Rails releases, security analysis tools, and more on this episode of Ruby5.