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  1. Andreas Ronge: Neo4j.rb and the Revival of a New Type of Object Database


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    From JRuby Conf 2012: The object database never became a huge success despite some real benefits like no impedance mismatch, no need for a complex or leaky ORM layer and great performance (e.g. no…

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    • Charles Nutter/Thomas Enebo: JRuby, Full of Surprises


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      From JRuby Conf 2012: Charlie and Tom have a big announcement.

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      • David Wood: JRuby for Performance


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        From JRuby Conf 2012. Jun Group is the leader in social video distribution for Fortune 500 brands. This means fielding thousands of requests per second from the largest Facebook games, websites and…

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        • Ian Dees: JRuby and Rubinius, Thnad's Revenge


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          From JRuby Conf 2012. At last year's JRubyConf, we talked about Thnad, a fictional programming language. Thnad served as a vehicle to explore the joy of building a compiler using JRuby, BiteScript,…

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          • Jeff Casimir: Adventures on the Golden Path


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            From JRuby Conf 2012. Rails 1.0 was about proving we could build the same functionality as the other web frameworks, but doing it faster. Rails 2.0 was about pushing the vanguard forward, setting…

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            • Jim Remsik: Open (Source) Wounds


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              From JRuby Conf 2012. This talk will seek to raise recognition in our community to the fact that there are real people behind Open Source Software. We'll analyze the black box retrieved from…

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              • Joe Kutner: Deploying JRuby Web Applications


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                From JRuby Conf 2012. This talk will help you bridge the gap between enjoying JRuby, and using it in the real world. JRuby can simplify your deployment architecture, while making your application…

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                • Nancy Lyons: Dawn of the Devs


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                  Closing keynote from JRuby Conf 2012. The interactive industry has a little PR problem: half the world sees us as reclusive loners sitting in dark rooms, and the other half sees us as app-happy adult…

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                  • Nathaniel Schutta: Leading Technical Change


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                    From JRuby Conf 2012. Technology changes, it's a fact of life. And while many developers are attracted to the challenge of change, many organizations do a particularly poor job of adapting. We've…

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                    • Sarah Allen: Agile Business Development


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                      From JRuby Conf 2012. Test-driven development is mom-and-apple-pie to Rubyists, but knowing that a product will work goes well beyond bug-free code. How do you catch a design flaw early when all your…

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                      • Tammer Saleh/Randall Thomas: Ruby Y U No GFX?


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                        Two words seldom heard in the same sentence are Ruby and Graphics...at least without laughter soon following. We've heard it all before: Ruby is too slow; real graphics are done in C, CplusPlus,…

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                        • Tony Arcieri: Concurrent Programming with Celluloid


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                          From JRuby Conf 2012. Threads versus events: which should you choose? How about both? In this talk you'll learn about the Celluloid concurrency framework, which combines OOP and the Actor Model…

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