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Meet up

Ruby Gems

Monday, 13th June at Skills Matter, London

This meetup was organised by LRUG: London Ruby User Group in June 2011

The plan for June's London Ruby User Group meeting is to have several local rubyists talk about gems that they have written. To let them give their gem a wider audience, and to show off that the LRUG community is a prolific bunch.

HTMLEntities

Paul Battley prtesents on his Ruby Gem: htmlentities - HTMLEntities is a simple library to facilitate encoding and decoding of named or numerical entities in HTML and XHTML documents.

Various Speakers

Various Speakers

Jbundle

Ismael Celis presents on his Ruby gem: jbundle

RolePlay

Paul Fedory presents his Ruby gem: RolePlay. RolePlay is a simple gem that provides roles for ActiveRecord objects (typically a user model, giving them the role of administrator or moderator. As well as covering RolePlay, Paul will also cover tips for upgrading gems to have Rails 3 compatibility.

Asset Hat

Phil Nash presents his Ruby Gem: Asset Hat. Asset Hat deals with asset optimisation once Rails has done it's job, getting your assets from your server to your user faster.

Split

Andrew Nesbitt presents his Ruby Gem: Split. Split is a Rack based split testing framework

LRUG http_tools

Matthew Sadler presents his Ruby Gem: http_tools. http_tools is a fast-as-possible pure Ruby HTTP parser plus associated lower level utilities to aid working with HTTP and the web.

Matahari

Tom Stuart presents his Ruby Gem: Matahari. Matahari is a test-spy library, inspired by Mockito and RR

Tom Stuart

Tom Stuart is one of two Tom Stuarts living in London and working with Ruby. Tom Stuart is the Tom Stuart who isn't writing an O'Reilly book.

Attending Members

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Overview

The plan for June's London Ruby User Group meeting is to have several local rubyists talk about gems that they have written. To let them give their gem a wider audience, and to show off that the LRUG community is a prolific bunch.

HTMLEntities

Paul Battley prtesents on his Ruby Gem: htmlentities - HTMLEntities is a simple library to facilitate encoding and decoding of named or numerical entities in HTML and XHTML documents.

Various Speakers

Various Speakers

Jbundle

Ismael Celis presents on his Ruby gem: jbundle

RolePlay

Paul Fedory presents his Ruby gem: RolePlay. RolePlay is a simple gem that provides roles for ActiveRecord objects (typically a user model, giving them the role of administrator or moderator. As well as covering RolePlay, Paul will also cover tips for upgrading gems to have Rails 3 compatibility.

Asset Hat

Phil Nash presents his Ruby Gem: Asset Hat. Asset Hat deals with asset optimisation once Rails has done it's job, getting your assets from your server to your user faster.

Split

Andrew Nesbitt presents his Ruby Gem: Split. Split is a Rack based split testing framework

LRUG http_tools

Matthew Sadler presents his Ruby Gem: http_tools. http_tools is a fast-as-possible pure Ruby HTTP parser plus associated lower level utilities to aid working with HTTP and the web.

Matahari

Tom Stuart presents his Ruby Gem: Matahari. Matahari is a test-spy library, inspired by Mockito and RR

Tom Stuart

Tom Stuart is one of two Tom Stuarts living in London and working with Ruby. Tom Stuart is the Tom Stuart who isn't writing an O'Reilly book.

Who's coming?

Attending Members

Sorry, no member has joined this event so far.

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