WebDevRadio 60: Interview with Rails Rumble winners

"I had a chance to sit down with the winners of the Rails Rumble challenge while I was at CodeMash last week. This is a chat with Josh, Joe and John (Andy couldn’t be there due to some weather issues) about the ups and downs of the challenge, sleeping arrangements, monetization, Rails/Merb mering, and more. Enjoy!"

From: http://webdevradio.com/index.php?id=85

Possibly related…

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    From: http://webdevradio.com/index.php?id=81

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    —Huffduffed by llmendoza one year ago