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Ruby Rogues Picks - Episode 105 : October 16, 2013

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    Rubinius 2.0 Released - Rubinius

    Rubinius is an implementation of the Ruby programming language. The Rubinius bytecode virtual machine is written in C++. The bytecode compiler is written in pure Ruby. The vast majority of the core library is also written in Ruby, with some supporting primitives that interact with the VM directly.

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    Coder idiosyncrasy

    A few days ago a the first preview version of ruby 2.1 was released.

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    rubysl (Ruby Standard Library) ยท GitHub

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    Modern Seinfeld (SeinfeldToday) on Twitter

    The latest from Modern Seinfeld (@SeinfeldToday). What if Seinfeld were still on the air? (Tweets by @JackPMoore and @JoshGondelman. New York, NY

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    LouisCK.net

    LOUIS CK: Oh My God - on sale now!

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    Charlie Kaufman: Screenwriting Lecture by BAFTA

    One of modern cinema's most celebrated writers, Kaufman's work includes surreal fantasy Being John Malkovich, cerebral sci-fi Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and comedy drama Adaptation. In this lecture held at BAFTA on 30 September 2011, he discusses the techniques of writing for the big screen.

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    Presentation Skills Considered Harmful

    There is no cure for presentation stage fright. You can reduce the symptoms with beta blockers, but when the drugs wear off, you're still... you. You're still up there with a cracking voice, runaway heart rate, and nauseating dread. So what do you do?

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    Brilliant Ads (Brilliant_Ads) on Twitter

    The latest from Brilliant Ads (@Brilliant_Ads). The most creative, unique, remarkable and powerful advertisements, signs and marketing-related things from around the world. BrilliantAds@toptweet.eu. Worldwide

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    Duolingo | Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and English for free

    Learn languages completely free, without ads or hidden charges. It's fun, easy, and scientifically proven.

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    Redmine Backlogs :: Home

    Redmine Backlogs is a Redmine plugin for scrum/agile teams. Keep track of your product backlog and sprints easily!

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    Amazon.com: CABEAU Memory Foam Neck Pillow and Travel Pillow with Portable Bag - Grey Evolution Pillow: Clothing

    The patented Evolution Pillow is the first travel pillow that actually works!

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    spree_digital

    spree_digital - A Spree extension to enable downloadable products

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    B T

    Grammy Nominated Composer and Technologist. I am a man that believes sound can change the world. I seek, I learn

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    Parrot - Zik Gold Collection

    Parrot - Zik Gold Collection

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    Codex Seraphinianus: A new edition of the strangest book in the world

    In October Rizzoli will be republishing what is regarded by many to be the strangest book in the world, the Codex Seraphinianus. The Codex is unlike other historically well-known strange books (such as the Voynich Manuscript), in that the author of the book is not only known (Luigi Serafini is his name), he's still alive.

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    Learning Chef - Part 1

    Learning Chef Series Part 1 - Introduce the project, configure workstation, and register a node with hosted Chef Part 2 - Download cookbooks from the community site, add MongoDB, Apache, and Passenger to our node Part 3 - Start writing a cookbook to deploy our application Part 4 - Finish the application deploy, introduce roles In November of 2012, Patrick Mulder posted a request on the Chef mailing list.

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    The DOT Language

    The keywords node, edge, graph, digraph, subgraph, and strict are case-independent. Note also that the allowed compass point values are not keywords, so these strings can be used elsewhere as ordinary identifiers and, conversely, the parser will actually accept any identifier.

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    Immutable Infrastructure - Food Fight

    Show Date: July 22, 2013 Join us as we discuss Immutable Infrastructure with Chad Fowler. This episode was inspired by Chad's recent blog post ...

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