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Two tests you should run against your Ruby project now

At Brighton Ruby, Andrew Nesbitt shared some of the hidden costs of open source as well as some ways to mitigate. In this post I share two of the things you should check about the dependencies in your project; their security vulnerabilities and licenses.

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