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LRUG Feb Lightning Talks

Tuesday, 21st February at Skills Matter, London

This meetup is run by LRUG: London Ruby User Group. Starts at 6:30 PM.

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks.

Lightning talk 1: A history of websockets

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The first talk comes from James Coglan, on A History of Websockets.

James Coglan

James currently works as a JavaScript developer at theOTHERmedia, producing UI code for various high-profile London

Lightning talk 2: capistrano extensions

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The second talk comes from Stuart Eccles on Conan the deployer - capistrano extensions focussing on AWS.

Stuart Eccles

Stuart Eccles is the Co-Founder and CTO of digital social agency Made By Many.

Lightning talk 3: Removing authentication

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The third talk comes from Richard Livsey on either MonogoDB or removing authentication from your models (separation of concerns)

Lightning talk 4:Ruby Poetry

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Andrew McDonough on Ruby Poetry.

Andrew McDonough

Andrew has been writing software professionally for 15 years. He cofounded Tribesports, a sports brand and vertically-integrated ecommerce company. These days, he works as a consultant CTO and technical advisor to several London-based startups. In his spare time, he organises Techrunners, a running group for people working in the technology industry.

Chris Parsons: The crowd-sourced talk.

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The last talk comes from Chris Parsons and is the infamous crowd-sourced talk.

Chris Parsons

Chris Parsons is the owner of Eden Development, a company specialising in bespoke Ruby and Ruby on Rails web applications.

LRUG Lightning Talks: Reading tea leaves - predict the future with ruby

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Roland Swingler on "Reading tea leaves - predict the future with ruby!"

Roland Swingler

Roland Swingler is an Associate at CHP Consulting. His Specialties are: Ruby, Java, JavaScript. PHP, but it has been a while since I have used it. Full Stack Developer.

LRUG Lightning Talk: Tech interns

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Jairo Diaz on Tech Interns.

Jairo Diaz

Jairo is the founder of Codescrum, a company creating custom software to help businesses innovate and grow to their full potential. Our clients include government agencies, media companies, universities, retail businesses, charities and leading startups. Jairo is also an open source developer (ruby on rails) and volunteer coach of software development to minority groups.

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Overview

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks.

Lightning talk 1: A history of websockets

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The first talk comes from James Coglan, on A History of Websockets.

James Coglan

James currently works as a JavaScript developer at theOTHERmedia, producing UI code for various high-profile London

Lightning talk 2: capistrano extensions

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The second talk comes from Stuart Eccles on Conan the deployer - capistrano extensions focussing on AWS.

Stuart Eccles

Stuart Eccles is the Co-Founder and CTO of digital social agency Made By Many.

Lightning talk 3: Removing authentication

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The third talk comes from Richard Livsey on either MonogoDB or removing authentication from your models (separation of concerns)

Lightning talk 4:Ruby Poetry

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Andrew McDonough on Ruby Poetry.

Andrew McDonough

Andrew has been writing software professionally for 15 years. He cofounded Tribesports, a sports brand and vertically-integrated ecommerce company. These days, he works as a consultant CTO and technical advisor to several London-based startups. In his spare time, he organises Techrunners, a running group for people working in the technology industry.

Chris Parsons: The crowd-sourced talk.

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. The last talk comes from Chris Parsons and is the infamous crowd-sourced talk.

Chris Parsons

Chris Parsons is the owner of Eden Development, a company specialising in bespoke Ruby and Ruby on Rails web applications.

LRUG Lightning Talks: Reading tea leaves - predict the future with ruby

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Roland Swingler on "Reading tea leaves - predict the future with ruby!"

Roland Swingler

Roland Swingler is an Associate at CHP Consulting. His Specialties are: Ruby, Java, JavaScript. PHP, but it has been a while since I have used it. Full Stack Developer.

LRUG Lightning Talk: Tech interns

As is now traditional, we devote the February London Ruby User Group meeting to lightning talks. This talk comes from Jairo Diaz on Tech Interns.

Jairo Diaz

Jairo is the founder of Codescrum, a company creating custom software to help businesses innovate and grow to their full potential. Our clients include government agencies, media companies, universities, retail businesses, charities and leading startups. Jairo is also an open source developer (ruby on rails) and volunteer coach of software development to minority groups.

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