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Episode #77 - May 18, 2010

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Several Ruby interpreters have been updated, TextMate gains some IntelliSense, and there's a lot to do in Baltimore on this episode of Ruby5. Not to mention that the May 2010 BugMash is officially in the books!

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RailsBridge May 2010 BugMash Results Jump to Story

The RailsBridge May 2010 BugMash is now complete and the results are in. There were 68 participants this weekend, producing 237 contributions, and 32 commits to Rails core. This was the most successful BugMash to date and even physically brought together rubyists from around the world to local area meet ups. Thanks to the RailsBridge and Rails core team for making this event possible and be sure to participate the next time a BugMash comes around. They're a lot of fun!

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