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Ruby on Rails backend for a World Press Photo site - behind the scenes.

Last Sunday the Stories of Change - a showcase presenting 29 unique stories of daily life in North Africa that changed after the “Arab Spring” events - has been launched. We’re super happy to be part of this project lead by World Press Photo. As a team responsible for the entire back-end site (Ruby on Rails of course!) - we’d love to share with you our story - Behind The Scenes: Announcing Stories of Change for World Press Photo.

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