|Registration||8.30 AM to 9.15 AM|
|Kickoff||9.15 AM to 9.30 AM|
Keynote "Making it with Ruby" by Keith Pitt
I've always had a passion for making things. For as long as I can remember, I've always been working on a side project, and in the past 10 years, I've used Ruby & Rails to build these things. This is the story of I turned my most recent side project into a full time job, and all the tips and tricks I learned along the way to stay focused and motivated.
|9.30 AM to 10.15 AM|
Production Ready Microservices at Scale by Rajeev Bharshetty
Writing Microservices which can withstand the unpredictable nature of the production environment at scale is a non-trivial task. Certain practices can help make our systems more predictable, transparent and resilient. For developers this means more confident and continuous deployments.
|10.15 AM to 10.45 AM|
|Tea break||10.45 AM to 11.15 AM|
Rails Controllers without Actions! by Prashant Chaudhari
This talk is about how we at Jombay have achieved maximum things with minimum code on our API side. It mainly covers how we have written Rails API controllers with almost no actions and avoided fat models with meta programming. Aim is to help RoR developers write better code and use metaprogramming.
|11.15 AM to 11.45 AM|
Ship Often, Ship Fast. Why is Ruby still relevant by Talina Shrotriya
What makes or breaks software is the balance between developer efficiency and code quality. With no previous coding experience in Ruby and a short delivery deadline, I was able to leverage the power of Ruby libraries in designing micro APIs within a span of a few weeks.
|11.45 AM to 12.15 PM|
Why Rubyists should care about Elm? by Girish Sonawane
Rails radically changed how we approached web development, with it’s coherent package that bundled up web dev learnings, best practices and some very nice ideas for its future development. Right now this is happening again with Elm, let us have a look at what is so exciting about Elm.
|12.15 PM to 12.45 PM|
|Lunch break||12.45 PM to 2 PM|
One year with Hanami - what we love, what we don't by Grzegorz Witek
Have you ever heard of Hanami? Have you considered using it for your new project, but you don’t know what to expect? This talk will clear your doubts - my team has been using Hanami for more than a year and I’m going to share our experience with the framework.
|2 PM to 2.30 PM|
|Panel Discussion||2.30 PM to 3 PM|
|Tea break||3 PM to 3.30 PM|
|⚡️ Flash talks ⚡️||3.30 PM to 4 PM|
World of CLI (command line apps) with Ruby by Raounak Sharma
Ever wonder how these CLI apps work? Whether it is a simple UNIX terminal or Git or Rubocop everything is so fast and powerful. Ever thought why system admins like CLI applications more than GUI for their work? Do you want to make your own personal CLI application? Yes? Cool then, let’s dive.
|4 PM to 4.30 PM|
Keynote "Penguins, Daemons and Platypuses - A 20 year journey" by Aditya Godbole
|4.30 PM to 5.15 PM|
|Open hours||5.15 PM to 6.30 PM|
|Party||6.30 PM onwards|
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