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Meet up

LRUG July

Monday, 8th July at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by LRUG: London Ruby User Group in July 2019

What does a Coconut and Serverless have in common?

Most developers (probably you) without knowing are already using serverless technologies. We will briefly explore just what it means for something to be serverless and how you can use it to enhance your solutions, so it can be another tool in your toolbox. Using AWS and Google Cloud, we will then dive in to demo and examples to show you how to get started and the true potentials of serverless - plus tons of facts about coconuts Until last year the support for Ruby in the world of FAAS was next to non-existent, now that AWS Lambda has officially started supporting Ruby, I want to catch up any Rubyists who are not yet familiar with the technology, so it can be another tool for the toolbox.

Denis Sellu

A Coconut connoisseur; Coconut doesn’t ask questions, Coconut understands. During the day Denis solves problems at CookieHQ, where he’s been doing so for just over four years.

Small Tech Teams

When I read the tech process literature I feel it's very interesting but it's often about quite a different universe from the world of working on small/tiny tech teams (teams with 1-3 developers/testers/architects/designers). Does that mean that the processes they talk about are only applicable to larger teams? Or maybe that small tech teams don't have the problems that these processes aim to solve. In this talk I want to start to unpick some of this, with the help of 40+ volunteers (thanks for your survey responses).

Tim Diggins

Workflow applications developer/designer/manager

Automating AWS Infrastructure for Rails Applications

In this talk Adrian will walk you through how to build a Cloud66 clone, a DevOps platform that's gaining ground in the Rails community. Wouldn't it be nice to provide a service with a Github link and have all the AWS infrastructure (EC2 servers, load balancers, databases etc) set up for you whilst you grind your coffee beans. Come to this talk to find out how easy that actually is.

Adrian Booth

Software developer working for Skills Matter

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

What does a Coconut and Serverless have in common?

Most developers (probably you) without knowing are already using serverless technologies. We will briefly explore just what it means for something to be serverless and how you can use it to enhance your solutions, so it can be another tool in your toolbox. Using AWS and Google Cloud, we will then dive in to demo and examples to show you how to get started and the true potentials of serverless - plus tons of facts about coconuts Until last year the support for Ruby in the world of FAAS was next to non-existent, now that AWS Lambda has officially started supporting Ruby, I want to catch up any Rubyists who are not yet familiar with the technology, so it can be another tool for the toolbox.

Denis Sellu

A Coconut connoisseur; Coconut doesn’t ask questions, Coconut understands. During the day Denis solves problems at CookieHQ, where he’s been doing so for just over four years.

Small Tech Teams

When I read the tech process literature I feel it's very interesting but it's often about quite a different universe from the world of working on small/tiny tech teams (teams with 1-3 developers/testers/architects/designers). Does that mean that the processes they talk about are only applicable to larger teams? Or maybe that small tech teams don't have the problems that these processes aim to solve. In this talk I want to start to unpick some of this, with the help of 40+ volunteers (thanks for your survey responses).

Tim Diggins

Workflow applications developer/designer/manager

Automating AWS Infrastructure for Rails Applications

In this talk Adrian will walk you through how to build a Cloud66 clone, a DevOps platform that's gaining ground in the Rails community. Wouldn't it be nice to provide a service with a Github link and have all the AWS infrastructure (EC2 servers, load balancers, databases etc) set up for you whilst you grind your coffee beans. Come to this talk to find out how easy that actually is.

Adrian Booth

Software developer working for Skills Matter

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members