This talk is about something important in the community. The Ruby community is missing something fundamentally important. We don't know how to architect applications. We've grown accustomed to using frameworks for everything and we've lost our way. We no longer talk about making applications, we speak about applications built in frameworks. Example: Oh hey man, did you hear NewApp123 is built in Rails? I take offense to that. The application is not built in Rails, it's built in Ruby than Rails is used to put it online. This mentality is prevalent in the community. It's damaging and encourages technical debt. This talk is about changing everything.