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Code Kata: Simple Content Tag

In this video I test drive code to build a simple content tag class. This was presented at Spokane/CDA Ruby User Group on Oct 7th, 2009. Enjoy!
Code for the video is on Github: http://github.com/kblake/Code-Kata-Exercise

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Code Kata: Simple Content Tag from Karmen Blake on Vimeo.

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