102 videos are tagged with ruby

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 687 times
Recorded at: June 1, 2012
Date Posted: January 9, 2013

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 1,486 times
Recorded at: March 24, 2011
Date Posted:

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Heroku operates the largest fleet of Postgres databases in the world. Service oriented architecture, infrastructure as code, and fault tolerance make it possible. Come hear how the Heroku Postgres team uses a handful of Ruby applications to operate and scale the largest herd of your favorite elephant themed RDBMS.

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 4,917 times
Recorded at: April 24, 2012
Date Posted: August 20, 2012

What does it take to deploy an application without any downtime?

More than most Ruby developers would expect, turns out; what is aggravated by the lack of documentation and other resources on this topic.

In this talk we'll dive into both development practices (hot compatibility, database migrations, caching) and deployment setup (Heroku, Unicorn, HAProxy), covering everything you need to know in order to ship code without affecting a single customer.

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Rating: Everyone
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Recorded at: November 12, 2012
Date Posted: February 24, 2014

Ruby is the most flexible language out there, imposing no limitations on the developers, giving all the expressiveness possible. Or so we think. But there are languages pushing dynamic features and expressiveness far beyond what is possible in Ruby. Some are old, like Lisp and Smalltalk, some are just emerging, purely experimental languages, like Ioke or Newspeak. In this talk, we will take a look at some of these languages and what they can do that Ruby can't. What does it mean, to be homoiconic? How does a language without keywords work? Can I dispatch in more than one direction? And what is partial evaluation?

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 7,521 times
Recorded at: April 3, 2013
Date Posted: April 27, 2013

You want to test your cookbooks? Cool. Where do you start? In this talk, I'll walk you through step-by-step the process for executing test-driven development on a cookbook. From real-time feedback with guard and terminal-notifier, to chefspec, fauxhai, and foodcritic, quickly learn how to apply both basic and advanced tests in your infrastructure.

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 37,703 times
Recorded at: February 23, 2013
Date Posted: April 11, 2013

Impress your friends, scare your enemies, and boost your productivity 800% with this live demonstration of vim and tmux. You will learn how to build custom IDEs for each of your projects, navigate quickly between files, write and run tests, view and compare git history, create pull requests, publish gists, format and refactor your code with macros, remote pair program, and more, all without leaving the terminal. Come prepared to learn and ask questions; this is serious business.

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Rating: Everyone
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Recorded at: February 8, 2014
Date Posted:

Why are so many Rubyists buzzing about Go? This hot new language that grew out of Google just a few years ago is taking the world by storm and is generating a lot of buzz in the Ruby community. In this talk we'll look at the highlights of Go and try and figure out what the hype is all about, and we'll do with a keen Rubyist eye. We'll also look at where it would make sense in our Ruby/Rails projects to extend them with this highly concurrent, and performant language. What do you say my fellow Rubyists; are you up for the challenge of learning something a bit different?

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 1,003 times
Recorded at: April 9, 2011
Date Posted: May 13, 2011

Ruby cultivates happiness by making it easier to implement our ideas, reducing the mental friction that some languages impose. We'll explore concepts and practical techniques to help you feel all warm and fuzzy inside when developing with Ruby.

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Rating: Everyone
Viewed 2,135 times
Recorded at: April 8, 2011
Date Posted: May 16, 2011