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Episode #132

December 7, 2010

BigTuna's been TimeTrapped like a job_boss. There are some possible Refinements in Ruby, coming soon. And, will you pass the RDoctest?

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Track Your Time from the Command Line with Timetrap

Timetrap is a command line time tracker written in Ruby, recently released by Sam Goldstein. It allows you to maintain multiple time sheets, easily log and edit your recorded time, and unlike many of the hosted solutions out there, it's free.

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