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Ruby Weekly Issue 520: September 24, 2020
▶  Triage with Me: 11 Issues and 2 PRs in 1.5 Hours — The creator of CodeTriage takes us behind the curtain to see how he triages and works with issues on open source projects. Well worth watching if you’re curious how to productively work on open source projects or are just curious how another experienced developer does so.


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