Gerunds: DCI etc. the Ruby way

An intermediate talk proposed by Woody Peterson

Ruby is a language built for programmer happiness, but I've seen many unhappy Rails developers over the years. Greenfield development, aka "a blog in 15 minutes," is full of joy. However, as programs get more complex, keeping that joy alive can be a challenge, and the solutions commonly proposed can be quite a leap into jargon land. I have an idea about how to keep greenfield joy for a while longer in projects without committing to a more complicated architecture.

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