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Speaker: Ted Johansson (@drenmi) from EngageRocket Event Page: Produced by Engineers.SG Recorded by: Michael Cheng & Dona Banerjee Help us caption & translate this video! May 22, 2018carol
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for image uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic image upload application. The […]
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for file uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic file upload application. The […]
RailsConf 2017: Tailoring Mentorship: Achieving the Best Fit by Jonathan Wallace Are you a Rails expert? To someone just learning Rails, yes, you are. And you can mentor the next generation of experts. What new skills will you develop by mentoring? And how does one find a mentee or mentor? In this talk, you’ll learn […]
Christian Perry, founder of #sfbeta, and Michael Gold, founder of #techdrinkup, discuss the NYC Tech scene, the SF Tech scene, #techdrinkup, the next big thing, beer, pizza, and the mobile generation. Interviewed by christian perry (@aporya), Founder & Executive Producer, @sfbeta. Recorded June 12, 2013. Jun 12, 2013carol
By Sam Livingston-Gray Experienced developers tend to build up a library of creative problem-solving tools: rubber ducks, code smells, anthropomorphizing code, &c. These tools map abstract problems into forms our brains are good at solving. But our brains are also good at lying to us. We’ll talk about some of these tools, when to use […]
Chad Fowler is an early leader in the Ruby community and an active author, teacher, and speaker. His most well known book being “The Passionate Programmer”. We chat about the early days of Ruby in the United States and how RubyConf and RailsConf came to be. Jun 19, 2014carol