In this video you’re going to learn about an amazing Ruby gem to help you build command-line applications in Ruby! Keep learning by watching more of my videos, subscribing to the channel & visiting my website. Thanks for watching!
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What is Prysim? Prysim is a tech startup that connects artists to the music industry by providing an end to end integrated management system. This allows industry personnel to spend less time managing and more time at gigs. Prysim utilises integrated calendars and profiles to advertise available gigs, reducing the time it currently takes for […]
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RailsConf 2018: Here’s to history: programming through archaeology by Eleanor Kiefel Haggerty Does your git log output resemble an archaeological site from 500BC? Ransacked by Persians with some Spartan conflict? When we code and commit, our decisions, for better or worse, are preserved. As though in an archaeological record. Thanks to the archaeological record we […]
Ruby: A Family History by Geoffrey Litt Rails is made possible by Ruby’s unique combination of deep dynamism and pragmatic elegance. In turn, Ruby inherited many of its core ideas from older languages including Lisp, Smalltalk, and Perl. In this talk, we’ll take a tour of these languages and their myriad influences on Ruby, to […]
Up And Down Again: A Migration’s Tale by Derek Prior You run rake db:migrate and rake db:schema:load regularly, but what do they actually do? How does rake db:rollback automatically reverse migrations and why can’t it reverse all of them? How can you teach these tasks new tricks to support additional database constructs? We’ll answer all […]
An Atypical ‘Performance’ Talk by Chris Arcand A mixture of a talk on programming and a live classical music recital. Listen to a former-orchestral-clarinetist-turned-developer talk about parallelisms between music performance and programming – such as complexity, imposter syndrome, and true concentration – with live performances throughout!
Look Before You Import: A Webpack Survival Guide by Ross Kaffenberger Perhaps you’ve thought about switching to Webpack. Then you open a Webpack config file and your heart sinks; it looks like an alien life-form. You try to get it working, but your old jQuery plugins won’t even load in the browser. Moving from Webpack […]
How to use Heroku CI Parallel to save time. Heroku CI quick start: Heroku CI Parallel Test Runs Beta: How to split tests in a dynamic way across parallel CI nodes with knapsack_pro Queue Mode and how it works: Learn more about optimal test suite parallelisation:
Learn how to continually measure and optimize the performance and availability of your Java, .NET and Ruby on Rails applications. Understand how you can quickly locate and rectify common performance issues such as CPU spike, memory leaks, slow database calls, etc.
In this video Alessandro Rodi shows how to use Hot Module Reloading in Rails to speed up our frontend development process.