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ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED: Get on the ballot for US Congress.

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For simpler stuff, RestClient. The API is a joy to use, but it also monkeypatches Net::HTTP and uses an…
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Wire up Tone.js to your test runner. Have it play a single note from a simple melody for each passed test.

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Root cause is a fallacy

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