By Aaron Kalin. Recorded .
First, get a general idea of the scope of a DDoS attack. Then trace a request from the browser address bar to the server and back.
By David Astels. Recorded .
Functional programming is more popular than ever . . . but where does RubyLisp fit in?
By Attila Domokos. Recorded .
This presentation will show you what tools and techniques you should use to write independent, stateless step definitions that can be weaved together to form a testing DSL.
By Mark Myers. Recorded .
Learn why creating a great user experience in your software takes more than the latest framework.
By Brian Dunn and Chris Erin. Recorded .
Learn why Vim is an ideal editor for working with Ruby.
By David Chelimsky and Joshua Davey. Recorded .
Transit is a data format and a set of libraries for conveying values between applications written in different languages.
By Ahmed Elshamy. Recorded .
Tuning legacy apps could be very expensive. We need to figure out more pragmatic ways to tune them.
By John Downey. Recorded .
Where should you turn during a DDoS attack? How should you handle security vulnerability announcements? Watch and learn how.