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Deccan RubyConf 2016

6th Aug. 2016 Conference at Hyatt Regency Pune
7th Aug. 2016 Workshops

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6th August - Conference talks

  Hyatt Regency
Keynote by
Ernie Miller
Programming in the large - designing with Interfaces by
Aditya Godbole
Software design is about people. As the development team size grows, the strengths of Ruby start becoming its weaknesses. In this talk, we will see how we can deal with this problem.
Open Source: Power and the Passion by
Pat Allan
You likely use open source software every day: in your code, tools, and servers. But is it the stable foundation we expected? Let’s look at the strengths & weaknesses of open source and trade in our assumptions for a greater awareness. Together let’s shape a more sustainable open source ecosystem!
Phoenix for Rubyists by
Mike North
Because Elixir and Phoenix borrow so many good ideas from the Rails ecosystem, it’s astoundingly easy for Ruby developers to become proficient in this powerful new set of tools. First, I’ll introduce Phoenix from a Rails POV, and then show two ways it can be used in conjunction with Rails.
Using multiple connection in ActiveRecord by
Arthur Neves
Historically to handle multiple connections in Rails, you had to either patch active record or use a gem. Now, with some new apis on Rails 5.0, we can connect to multiple databases without needing any extra dependencies, and with just a few line of codes. And that will be even easier on Rails 5.1.
Lost while developing API's in Rails? by
Pramod Shinde
As web development is leaning towards single page application’s with JS framework’s, scalable API’s are now critical. I will be talking about the WHAT, WHY and HOW of RoR JSON API’s. You will also see how to build generic API’s to serve web and mobile platforms.
It's fun to compute by
Julian Cheal
Come with us now on a journey through time and space. As we explore the world of analog/digital synthesis. From computer generated music to physical synthesisers and everything in between.
So you want to write music with code, but don’t know the difference between an LFO, ADSR, LMFAO, etc. Or a Sine wave, Saw wave, Google wave. We’ll explore what these mean, and how Ruby can be used to make awesome sounds. Ever wondered what Fizz Buzz sounds like, or which sounds better bubble sort or quick sort? So hey Ruby, let’s make music!

7th August - Workshops

Architecture Matters! A Trailblazer workshop by
Nick Sutterer
10 AM to 4 PM Venue TBA
Trailblazer adds new abstraction layers to Rails. It introduces operations, form objects, policies and, of course, more. Why this is a good thing, and how additional abstractions help to master complex web applications you will learn in this full-day workshop.
Automate your Infrastructure with Chef by
Mohit Thatte, Sahil Muthoo
10 AM to 4 PM Venue TBA
This workshop will be a gentle introduction to the concepts of infrastructure automation with Chef. We will work on writing as much code as we can, so that attendees can get comfortable with the practical aspects of using Chef. The goal at the end of the workshop would be to be able to deploy a Rails app to AWS using your own Chef recipes and community cookbooks.


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