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Replace references to JSAttend with EventManager.

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4 source/paths/ruby_one_day.markdown
@@ -37,11 +37,11 @@ We'll start with the fundamentals of Ruby and Object Oriented Programming:
http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/ruby_in_100_minutes.html
-### JSAttend
+### EventManager
Then, to put those techniques into practice, let's begin [the EventMangager project]({% page_url /projects/eventmanager %}).
-We anticipate only working through a few iterations of JSAttend in the session, but please continue working on your own!
+We anticipate only working through a few iterations of EventManager in the session, but please continue working on your own!
## Contributing
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2  source/paths/ruby_rails_quickstart.markdown
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ title: Ruby/Rails QuickStart - 5 Day
* Ruby Syntax Review
* Understanding Ruby Style
-* Writing Pure Ruby with JSAttend
+* Writing Pure Ruby with EventManager
* Common Ruby Patterns
### Day 2
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2  source/projects/jstwitter.markdown
@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@ wonderwillow said...
Getting each friend's last message was cool, but they're in some random order. Sort them by the `screen_name` in alphabetical order! I want you to hack out the code, but the way I did it would read like this:
-"take the friends list and use the `sort_by` method, then call each one `friend` and find the `friend.screen_name`". You might look at how you used `sort_by` in JSAttend for syntax clues. (NOTE: Ruby considers all capital letters to come earlier in alphabetical order than lowercase letters. To keep all your letters together regardless of capitalization, change `friend.screen_name` to `friend.screen_name.downcase` when sorting)
+"take the friends list and use the `sort_by` method, then call each one `friend` and find the `friend.screen_name`". You might look at how you used `sort_by` in EventManager for syntax clues. (NOTE: Ruby considers all capital letters to come earlier in alphabetical order than lowercase letters. To keep all your letters together regardless of capitalization, change `friend.screen_name` to `friend.screen_name.downcase` when sorting)
Second, these messages are lacking any time context. The `status` hash has a key named `created_at` which holds a string like this one: `Thu Jul 23 23:31:16 +0000 2009`. That's the information we need, but it's in an ugly format. Use these steps to make the data more useable:
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