1. How to fail at Background Jobs - RubyKaigi 2013


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    Talker: Jacob Burkhart From DRB, XMPP, AMQP to Resque and Rails 4. Running a background worker process is a tool I've reached for often. And while the underlying tools may change, the same…

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    • The Metric Talks or Not - RubyKaigi 2013


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      Talker: Hiroki Yoshioka We all want to keep our code clean. But it's not very easy when features to implement come in waves. How can we keep code clean? How does the metric help or do no good?…

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      • The Origamist's Ruby: Folding better code - RubyKaigi 2013


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        Talker: Matthew Mongeau Origami and the Ruby programming language have a lot more in common than having Japanese roots. This talk will make parallels between the two with the goal of presenting…

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        • Two Legal Bodies about Ruby and its projects - RubyKaigi 2013


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          - Part 1: Ruby Association Talker: Kazuyoshi Fukuda, Kenji Sugihara - Part 2: Ruby-no-Kai Talker: Masayoshi Takahashi, Shintaro Kakutani There are two legal bodies who support Rubyists in…

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          • Rails Gems realize RESTful modeling patterns - RubyKaigi 2013


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            Talker: Toru Kawamura Although it is not widely known, classic Rails gems such as Devise and Kaminari hide within them the RESTful resource modeling pattern. Using these gems encourages good resource…

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            • From Rails to the web server to the browser - RubyKaigi 2013


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              Talker: David Padilla Most of us know how to build beautiful web applications with Rails. With the help of templating tools like ERB and HAML our web apps create HTML documents, but, do you know…

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              • krypt. semper pi. - RubyKaigi 2013


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                Talker: Martin Bosslet Many people don't like Cryptography. Whenever he falls out of a bar, he carries this strong odor of ivory-towering, bikeshedding and plain, outright arrogance. He seems…

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                • Shrink to Grow - RubyKaigi 2013


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                  Talker: Daniel Bovensiepen Ruby has grown in the last 20 years. The feature-set and field of usage has increased. But also the code-size has reached an exceptional size. For many systems Ruby is…

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                  • Code Reading - Learning More about Ruby by Reading Ruby Source Code - RubyKaigi 2013


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                    Talker: Eddie Kao Learn more about Ruby internal by reading Ruby source code, which may or may not be revealed on textbook. http://rubykaigi.org/2013/talk/S41

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                    • RubyJS - RubyKaigi 2013


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                      Talker: Sebastian Burkhard RubyJS is a JavaScript implementation of all methods from Ruby classes like Array, String, Numbers, Time and more. This talk will tell you how you can use RubyJS to…

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