RailsConf 2018: Draw a Crowd by Brittany Martin Contextual Camouflage is an open-source gallery art installation built in RoR that guides visitors to anonymously report mental health disorders that affect themselves or their relationships. After users submit a disorder, they have the option to include anecdotes and demographic data for intervention researchers. The data is […]
RailsConf 2018: The Evolution of Rails Security by Justin Collins Rails has a reputation for being secure by default, but how deserved is that reputation? Let’s take a look back at some of the low points in Rails security history: from the first Rails CVE, to the controversial GitHub mass assignment, the 2013 Rails apocalypse, […]
RailsConf 2018: So You’ve Got Yourself a Kafka: Event-Powered Rails Services by Stella Cotton It’s easier than ever to integrate a distributed commit log system like Kafka into your stack. But once you have it, what do you do with it? Come learn the basics about Kafka and event-driven systems and how you can use […]
RailsConf 2018: Empathy through Acting by Roy Tomeij Individuals can only advance when they know they are valued, listened to, and understood. Without having lived the same life as them, it’s often hard to understand why people do what they do. It requires empathy, and practicing empathy can be tough when someone differs greatly from […]
RailsConf 2018: Who Destroyed Three Mile Island? by Nickolas Means On March 28, 1979 at exactly 4:00am, control rods flew into the reactor core of Three Mile Island Unit #2. A fault in the cooling system had tripped the reactor. At 4:02, the emergency cooling system automatically kicked in as reactor temperature continued to climb. […]
RailsConf 2018: Devly, a multi-service development environment by Eric Hodel & Ezekiel Templin Devly, a multi-service development environment Writing a system alone is hard. Building many systems with many people is harder. As our company has grown, we tried many approaches to user-friendly, shared development environments and learned what works and what doesn’t. We incorporated […]
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