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DHH's RailsConf 2011 Keynote In Notes and Pictures

I just live-blogged David Heinemeier Hansson’s RailsConf 2011 where he focused on the ‘asset packaging’ and pipeline features coming in Rails 3.1 (which he also said would be available in Release Candidate form this week).

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