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Reliably processing and responding to interactive messages can be tricky. Learn more about some ways to make your buttons function smoothly, including concurrency, state machines, and record locking. FEATURED SPEAKERS: Jeff Manian, CEO and Founder, Donut LEARN MORE: SUBSCRIBE: CONNECT WITH SLACK: Visit Slack’s WEBSITE: Like Slack on FACEBOOK: Follow Slack on TWITTER: Follow Slack […]
00:00:00 – Teck & Mike 00:01:00 – Claudio Baccigalupo – LA Ruby 00:01:31 – Fiona? 00:06:06 – Nynne Just Christoffersen 00:07:59 – Jacklyn Ma(Jackie) 00:09:36 – Jingyi Chen 00:14:51 – @jamie_gaskins – front-end web apps in Ruby (Opal) 00:19:41 – Samay Sharma 00:24:38 – Lee Richmond – JSONAPI Suite alternative to GraphQL 00:29:38 – Raimond […]
Deploying any Rails application to any cloud in minutes by Khash Sajado Let us show you the easiest way to build, deploy and manage any Rails application on any cloud provider and under your own cloud account. We will also show you how to scale your databases, setup database replication and add off-site backups to […]
Stop Testing, Start Storytelling by Mike Schutte Stop trying to be a computer; you’re a human! You know what humans are good at? Storytelling. Stop trying to write tests just to get a green test suite, and start telling rich, descriptive stories. Once you have a good story, then you can worry about the implementation […]
Running a Business, Demystified by Todd Kaufman Building a business is both mysterious and hard. We can’t do much to make it easier, but after 6 years running Test Double, we can make it less mysterious. This talk is a slow-motion Q & A: submit a question to and we’ll build a slide deck that […]
RailsConf 2018: Human Powered Rails: Automated Crowdsourcing In Your RoR App by Andy Glass Machine learning and AI are all the rage, but there’s often no replacement for real human input. This talk will explore how to automate the integration of human-work directly into a RoR app, by enabling background workers to request and retrieve […]
RailsConf 2018: The Code-Free Developer Interview by Pete Holiday When it comes to evaluating candidates for software engineering roles, it’s hard to keep up with the latest and greatest techniques. We know logic puzzles don’t work. Writing pseudocode on a white board is so tired and cliche at this point that companies brag about not […]
RailsConf 2018: The Practical Guide to Building an Apprenticeship by Megan Tiu Currently, our industry has a surplus of bright junior developers, but a lack of open junior positions. Building a developer apprenticeship in your organization is a great way to provide a haven for these talented devs, while simultaneously making your team more productive […]
RailsConf 2018: Keeping Moms Around for the Long Term by Tess Griffin Being a mom is awesome! You finally get to be the one to post a million cute pictures of your adorable baby. It is also one of most challenging and hard things a woman can go through, especially if they’re in software. In […]
RailsConf 2018: Mechanically Confident by Adam Cuppy The idea that confidence is solely the result of positive self-talk is circular: If I believed in my ability to talk myself up, I would. But if I did, I wouldn’t need to talk myself up. It’s not as simple as having faith. There’s a thread amongst all […]
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.