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|-# My talk title|
|-My talk description|
|-## My name|
|-- [My website](http://www.example.org)|
|-- [My twitter](https://twitter.com/#!/twitter_handle)|
|-- [Past talk slides](http://www.example.org)|
|-- [Past talk video](http://www.example.org)|
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|+# `bundle install` - y u so slow|
|+This talk tells the shortcomings of Bundler 1.0 and how Bundler 1.1 increases developer happiness. This includes the story of working with the gemcutter team to add an API to rubygems.org and building support to make bundle install significantly faster in 1.1. Finally, the talk will conclude with plans for the future in Bundler 1.2 and beyond to further make application development easier.|
|+People will walk away with a better understanding of how bundler works and features to help ease app development pain while using it.|
|+## Terence Lee|
|+Terence works at Heroku, maintaining the Ruby stack and some OSS projects such as Bundler and Resque. When he’s not going to an awesome Heroku or Ruby event, he lives in Austin, TX, the taco capital of America.|
|+- [My website](http://hone.heroku.com)|
|+- [My twitter](https://twitter.com/#!/hone02)|
|+- [Past talk slides](http://rails-3-1-on-heroku.herokuapp.com/#1)|
|+- [Past talk video](http://bostonrb.org/presentations/heroku-and-rails-31)|