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Edited code in Ola, Yehuda, Nick and Chad's talks

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<pre class="brush: ruby">RubyConfIndia::2011::Talks.new do |talk|
talk.title "Building Rails Apps for the Rich Client"
talk.speaker :yehuda_katz
- talk.on :combined track =&gt; Day1.at(11:00)
+ talk.on :combined_track =&gt; Day1.at(11:00)
end</pre>
<div class="talk_description">
We all know that Rails is great for building traditional web applications that serve dynamic HTML pages. But more and more, people are reaching to other tools, like Node.js, when they build web applications with a lot of logic in the client. People often use the argument that when you remove the view helpers, there isn’t much of value left in Rails.<br />
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<pre class="brush: ruby">RubyConfIndia::2011::Talks.new do |talk|
talk.title "Service"
talk.speaker :chad_fowler
- talk.on :combined track =&gt; Day1.at(17:00)
+ talk.on :combined_track =&gt; Day1.at(17:00)
end</pre>
<div class="talk_description">
As software developers, testers, and project managers, we all make the same thing: experiences. No matter what your profession, the service you provide to your customers is what they'll remember the most. This presentation will put "service" in perspective and give you techniques to provide remarkable customer service.<br />
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<pre class="brush: ruby">RubyConfIndia::2011::Talks.new do |talk|
talk.title "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
talk.speaker :ola_bini
- talk.on :combined track =&gt; Day2.at(10:00)
+ talk.on :combined_track =&gt; Day2.at(10:00)
end</pre>
<div class="talk_description">
Ruby turned 18 in 2011. In many countries around the world, that means Ruby is now an adult. During the evolution of the language, there have been many, many improvements. What started out as a small language has grown larger. However, the more code we write in Ruby, the more we realise that there are things that could be better. And we are also realising that there are things that just plainly shouldn't be there.<br />
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<pre class="brush: ruby">RubyConfIndia::2011::Talks.new do |talk|
talk.title "Happiness : Ruby :: Freedom : JRuby"
talk.speaker :nick_sieger
- talk.on :combined track =&gt; Day2.at(17:00)
+ talk.on :combined_track =&gt; Day2.at(17:00)
end</pre>
<div class="talk_description">
Happiness is an infectious feeling. When Matz set out to make himself happy by creating Ruby, did he have any idea what he had set in motion? And yet, here we are, a worldwide community of computer programmers collectively discussing how to improve our own lives and the lives of others. Inspired by Matz, we sense an opportunity to leave the world a better place than the way we found it.<br />
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