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  • 1. 15-D-1
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  • 4. Open Classes, Open Companies by Nathaniel Talbott
  • 5. http://blog.terralien.com/past/2006/10/26/ open_classes_open_companies_rubyconf_2006/
  • 6. Open Classes, Open Companies ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
  • 7. http://amrita.s14.xrea.com/d/?date=20031120#p01
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  • 14. strange_love.rb or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Ruby
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  • 20. And there's business value in fun - after all motivation is a major factor in programmer productivity. - Martin Fowler
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  • 30. http://www.netlab.jp/
  • 31. Do you have any questions?

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