Efficient: just signed up to write an article on Rails 3 after spending weeks spinning up on Rails 3

I was just asked to write an article on my first impressions of Rails 3. This is very convenient because I have been burning a lot of off-work cycles spinning up on Rails 3 (I have done no work using Rails in 5 months because I have been 100% booked doing text/data mining). Architecturally and implementation-wise, Rails 3 rocks: I will have fun writing about it.


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