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Matt Aimonetti: Ruby in 2012

Ruby is more popular than ever, but it’s also not as trendy as it used to be. Matt Aimonetti a well-known Rubyist, technical writer, speaker and active open-source contributor talks about his vision of Ruby in 2012 and for the future.

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