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Episode #94 - July 16, 2010

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dunce-cap, Inploy, redcar, activelog, bullet, railroad, information on testing rails helpers, dnsmasq, and a dnssimple ruby wrapper on this edition of Ruby5

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  • NewRelic RPM
  • dunce-cap
  • Inploy
  • RedCar
  • ActiveLog
  • Bullet 2.0 b3
  • Railroad
  • Testing Helpers
  • Dnsmasq
  • DNSSimple
  • Ruby5

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