By Abraham Sangha. Recorded
April 01, 2014.
Web development pushes us to our limits, not only of cognition, but of character.
By Brian Shirai. Recorded
March 04, 2014.
What if we could keep Ruby and only use a different language where it is most needed for specific parts of an application?
By Ginny Hendry, Dave Astels, Zach Briggs, Attila Domokos, Mark Peysakhovich, Katarzyna Siwek, Javad Karabi, Justin McNally, Brad Schwarzhoff, and Sterling Hankins . Recorded
February 04, 2014.
Lightning Talks are short, 5-minute presentations that run back-to-back and cover a wide range of topics.
By James Courtois and Hugo Corbucci. Recorded
January 07, 2014.
Understand the pros and cons of metaprogramming
By ChicagoRuby. Recorded
December 03, 2013.
If you are already comfortable with Ruby, what languages might you explore next?
By Jeremy Peterson. Recorded
November 05, 2013.
Lessons learned from speeding up a slow test suite, to run 50% faster. Covering some false assumptions, easy tweaks, a few surprises, and some hacks that can breath new life into that legacy project.
By Corey Ehmke. Recorded
September 03, 2013.
Successful applications can rapidly grow to unmanageable sizes and become difficult to maintain or extend. In this talk we will explore refactoring using object-oriented design principles and learn how applying these techniques can save us from our monolithic code bases.
By Vanessa Shen. Recorded
August 06, 2013.
Data visualization allows us to detect patterns and relationships in data that would otherwise remain hidden.
By Dean Pannell. Recorded
July 02, 2013.
How does Rails work in the Fortune 500 world? One developer shares his experience.