Rails has reached a degree of popularity among web developers, so there’s a lot of Rails 2.x series code floating around. Of course, once Rails 3 is released, it’s not like these apps will explode, ceasing to function in an any meaningful way, but it would be nice to get all the new hotness that this release brings. This talk is a practical walkthrough of how to upgrade an app to Rails 3 and a look at some of the features one can use to improve existing codebases.We’ll look at:
Michael Bleigh is a Rubyist living in Kansas City and works as a partner at Intridea. Michael has contributed numerous open-source libraries to the Ruby community including OmniAuth and ActsAsTaggableOn. He has also spoken at numerous events including RailsConf ‘09 and ‘10, RubyConf ‘10, ConFoo, and Ruby Midwest.
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