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  1. Show some more rspec3

    Rspec 3 have some syntax changes and configs, show us the news!

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  2. present a beginners guide to vim for rails

    I have tried twice to use vim because I see everyone saying to give it a go but the hurdles to setting it up scare me off. I don't mind sublime text but when I saw your videos and how you command vim I found I was learning differently than I had done before.

    If you could show how you think a beginner to rails could setup vim so it works as intended (ie vim-rails, vim with git, vim and rspec plugins etc) that would be awesome.

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  3. Adding tags with acts_as_taggable_on

    I would like to see some episode about how to add tags to Rails apps, something like 382 episode of Railscasts but updated for 2014.

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  4. Discuss authorization

    You've discussed authentication with Devise do you think your next video could be on authentication maybe with CanCanCan, Pundit or Authorize?

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  6. Explain how to parse user input with Regex

    Twitter, Facebook, and plenty of other sites are parsing out @ and # symbols to add a huge amount of flexiblity to their applications with minimal UI attached to it. It would be fantastic to talk about how this can be done in your own applications.

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