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Meet up

LRUG: London Ruby User Group

Tuesday, 9th October at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by LRUG: London Ruby User Group in October 2018

Join this months LRUG meetup!

hubbaDDDo

Hubbado is an online, community-driven job marketplace. We'd like to share how we explore our domain of job-matching and use the resulting domain knowledge to improve our system design. We will also cover some techniques of extracting domain logic within existing Rails application using Trailblazer and service objects as well as some patterns we are trying out to reduce coupling in relatively large application like CQRS with Event Sourcing.

Unicode Spaß

How do programming languages deal with the rules of languages? And what happens if these rules change?

Leif Gensert

Leif Gensert, working for more than 10 years in development. Contracting for 2.5 years and living in London since April. Turned his haircut into his brand and is obsessed with edge cases.

Interface incantations

According to the witches of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld, most magic is simply headology. This talk will mix literary references and outline the headology of interface design, from basic charms and illusions that fool and entice us to the unforgivable curses that can shape our thinking and behaviour.

Jo Pearce

Jo is a non-binary, language agnostic, freelance developer and science womble. They love to learn about a wide range of sciences and see if they can make good use of the things that they find.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Join this months LRUG meetup!

hubbaDDDo

Hubbado is an online, community-driven job marketplace. We'd like to share how we explore our domain of job-matching and use the resulting domain knowledge to improve our system design. We will also cover some techniques of extracting domain logic within existing Rails application using Trailblazer and service objects as well as some patterns we are trying out to reduce coupling in relatively large application like CQRS with Event Sourcing.

Unicode Spaß

How do programming languages deal with the rules of languages? And what happens if these rules change?

Leif Gensert

Leif Gensert, working for more than 10 years in development. Contracting for 2.5 years and living in London since April. Turned his haircut into his brand and is obsessed with edge cases.

Interface incantations

According to the witches of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld, most magic is simply headology. This talk will mix literary references and outline the headology of interface design, from basic charms and illusions that fool and entice us to the unforgivable curses that can shape our thinking and behaviour.

Jo Pearce

Jo is a non-binary, language agnostic, freelance developer and science womble. They love to learn about a wide range of sciences and see if they can make good use of the things that they find.

Thanks to our sponsors

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Attending Members