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@jlecour reminded me a lot of this post which inspired a lot of people to make god objects

RailsConf 2007 was a blast. Koz and I were able to do a live “Rails Way” presentation in front of all 1,600 attendees, and it was a lot of fun. We’d like to thank everyone who helped (with their questions) to make it a success, and especially Chad Fowler (for inviting us to do a plenary session instead of a regular session) and O’Reilly and Ruby Central for all their work behind the scenes to bring the conference off so spectacularly.

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