If someone slips a hack into homebrew all of our machines could become vulnerable.
But what about our own code?
When we deploy to production, how do we know we can trust it?
What if someone pushes a hack to our github?
Will CI still push it to production?
It turns out Git has a cool feature that can help us trust the code we deploy. We'll discuss Git Commit Signing, how it can help us, and what downsides it may have.
Matthew has been coding since 2006 in London, Cambridge and Hong Kong. He founded the Hong Kong developer community Codeaholics, and organised Hong Kong Code Conf from 2014 to 2016.
If you can’t be arsed to read a book about RSpec, this talk is for you.
I’m here to offer you a short but sweet look into Rspec and what it can do. It’s a list of nice to knows, but did you actually know them? Based on “Effective testing with Rspec 3” by Myron Marston and Ian Dees.
I’m a Ruby on Rails developer working at Unboxed. I enjoy learning new things and asking dumb questions. I’ve been called many things, mostly by angry people on Twitter.
I want to give a talk that discusses a handful of topics related to rubygems, that might be interesting for devs who haven't published a gem before or don't know how they work. I'd like to discuss what a gem really is, how gem loading works, how to debug errors coming from a gem you're using and how to make your own gem.
I've been developing web apps in ruby for the last 9 years, mostly in consultancies. I used to be at New Bamboo/Thoughtbot, now at bluespot. I've published a few gems in my time and I maintain the json-schema gem.
A brief introduction to Active Storage, a new library for cloud attachments in Rails applications. How to install Active Storage and integrate it with cloud services like Amazon S3. Comparison to the existing file upload solutions.
Ruby on Rails and iOS developer based in Stockholm. Co-Founder at Binary Blitz.
How Symbol#to_proc found its way into Ruby core, who put it there, ways it can be extended, and a crude drawing of a fish.
Computer Science. Full stack dev, Ruby on Rails, UX, Design, 3D printing, photography and geek stuff that makes my heart sing. CTO @JobLab. My views are not my own.
What are the real costs behind a messy codebase? It’s not just about being harder to change and annoying to work with. There are human costs to these decisions we make every day that have implications beyond the codebase.
Software developer working for Skills Matter