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Oh the Fail I've Known

Oh the Fail I've Known

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Adam Keys reviews his thoughts on learning
Rails by failure. Based on real world experience, find which parts of Rails sound good at first, but can get tiring once you use them a lot. Discover how to better interact with customers and teammates. Find out how to learn more, faster. All this without actually embarrassing yourself.
Adam Keys reviews his thoughts on learning
Rails by failure. Based on real world experience, find which parts of Rails sound good at first, but can get tiring once you use them a lot. Discover how to better interact with customers and teammates. Find out how to learn more, faster. All this without actually embarrassing yourself.

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Oh, The Fail I’ve Known 
 Adam Keyshttp://therealadam.com
 
 Why Am I Here?
So here we are, at RailsConf 2008. We’re both kinda wondering why I’m here. After all, thisyear is all about “advanced” Rails. There’s a myriad of talks on the arcane insides of ActiveRecord and all sorts of great ways to do things.
 
 That Guy 
And here we are. I’m the guy who made a big splash by slapping his hand on his foreheadand impersonating Star Trek characters. Which is a really advanced move, but not of theprogramming variety.

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