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### Abstract ###
-A lot of new Rubyists enter our humble abode through Rails. Lately, Rails has become more of a religious movement in some circles than just a framework to build web applications. I want to talk about how to tackle some of the larger disagreements in the Rails community including testing & choosing a framework, adopting "new standards" (or not) like SASS and Coffeescript, what could be concerning about Concerns, and why it might be best to use something other than Rails for your web app.
+A lot of new Rubyists enter our esteemed vocation through Rails. Lately, Rails has become more of a religious movement in some circles than just a framework to build web applications. I want to talk about how to tackle some of the larger disagreements in the Rails community including testing & choosing a framework, adopting "new standards" (or not) like SASS and Coffeescript, what could be concerning about Concerns, and why it might be best to use something other than Rails for your web app.
While the aim of this talk will be towards beginners or non-professional Ruby developers, my goal is to show options and alternatives through code by displaying both their upsides and downsides. Instead of explaining why a developer must use a certain testing framework, I want to show the options, where those options came from, and when it might make the most sense to add them to your application. For the more experienced developers, I hope to show some up and coming gems and libraries that may be too sharp for a new Rubyist.

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