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Meet up

Computer Graphics for Ruby developers and Using Rails to build your own CRM

Monday, 9th September at Skills Matter, London

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

If you are a Ruby developer interested in computer graphics or want to find out more how to use Rails to build a CRM, come to the meetup.

Computer Graphics for Ruby developers

Computer graphics is a very broad and deep topic. The purpose of this talk is to show that up to a certain point it is not that complicated and you can get interesting looking results without driving yourself mad with insane mathematical equations, integrals, and whatnot.

Stepan Khodzhaian

Full-stack Developer at carwow, insanely excited about new languages and technologies. Can't stop writing code to save his life.

How to say no to Salesforce and build your own CRM

In 2016 Rentify decided to ditch Salesforce and build our own CRM tool to help manage our growing portfolio of properties and tenants across London. I'll talk through why we did this, some of the features we've built, and how > we've structured the technology behind it.

Edwin Wills

CTO at Rentify, previously Head of IT at British Rowing during the London 2012 Summer Olympics.

Have your Sorbet and eat it too

A short and sweet introduction to Sorbet (https://sorbet.org), a type checker for Ruby. Learn how you can use types to write bulletproof code!

Ju Liu

Ju was born in China, moved to Italy as a kid, grew up eating a lot of pasta, then started messing around with computers. He now lives in London and works for NoRedInk. He loves to solve interesting problems and build amazing products. When he’s not doing that, he’s probably rock climbing.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

If you are a Ruby developer interested in computer graphics or want to find out more how to use Rails to build a CRM, come to the meetup.

Computer Graphics for Ruby developers

Computer graphics is a very broad and deep topic. The purpose of this talk is to show that up to a certain point it is not that complicated and you can get interesting looking results without driving yourself mad with insane mathematical equations, integrals, and whatnot.

Stepan Khodzhaian

Full-stack Developer at carwow, insanely excited about new languages and technologies. Can't stop writing code to save his life.

How to say no to Salesforce and build your own CRM

In 2016 Rentify decided to ditch Salesforce and build our own CRM tool to help manage our growing portfolio of properties and tenants across London. I'll talk through why we did this, some of the features we've built, and how > we've structured the technology behind it.

Edwin Wills

CTO at Rentify, previously Head of IT at British Rowing during the London 2012 Summer Olympics.

Have your Sorbet and eat it too

A short and sweet introduction to Sorbet (https://sorbet.org), a type checker for Ruby. Learn how you can use types to write bulletproof code!

Ju Liu

Ju was born in China, moved to Italy as a kid, grew up eating a lot of pasta, then started messing around with computers. He now lives in London and works for NoRedInk. He loves to solve interesting problems and build amazing products. When he’s not doing that, he’s probably rock climbing.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members