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Episode #70 - April 23, 2010

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Saving neglected domain names, Census, Business Time, RIP Caliper and RunCodeRun, Minified Ruby Tweets, OAuth2 gem, Why you might want to use Resque, Rails3 Bug Mash, and Corey Haines' Code retreat, all on this edition of Ruby5.

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  • Red Dirt Ruby Conference
  • Domain Name PSA
  • Census
  • Business Time
  • RIP
  • Tweeting Ruby Scripts
  • OAuth2
  • Resque Reasons
  • Resque Backoff
  • Weekend Events
  • Ruby5

Tweeting Ruby Scripts Jump to Story

We received an email this week from Jay McGavren who wanted us to share a blog entry he wrote about tweeting minified ruby scripts. Minifying scripts is a time-honored tradition in the C++ and Perl communities, which is why we thought it worth mentioning in a ruby context.

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