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Episode #354

March 19, 2013

Get some Inadequate Guids to Ruby and Rails Security, take a dip in the XPool, and turn Ruby into JavaScript on this episode of Ruby5.


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Episode #353

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Episode #352

This week Carlos and Gregg talk about Inspecting Rails 4 with Ruby 2.0, SourceMaps, Yard-tomdoc, Signed ruby gems, CSSSplitter gem, Ruby for libwebp, and we give the last call for Ruby Heroes.

Episode #351

tpope churns out plugins for heroku and rbenv, Rails 4 pulls support for things you wish you never used, redacting your strings, and improving your use of ActiveRecord all in this epsode of Ruby5!

Episode #350

This week we talk about a brand new Bundler, signed RubyGems, CoffeeScript source maps, Posgres Tips, code typos and learning programming as an apprentice.

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