Today, we will begin writing embedded ruby code (ERB) to interact with the Devise gem and determine what type of navigation bar to load for a given user. We will be splitting our existing navigation bar into two separate navigation bars. Finally, we will be requesting the user model of the signed-in user to access various user attributes for displaying inside of the navigation bar.
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