This April, Makoto Inoue talks to the London Ruber User Group about Demystifying dRuby and Peter Vandenabeele talks about his experiences converting an Ruby on Rails app
dRuby stands for “Distributed Ruby” and it’s one of less known Ruby standard libraries. It is one of the first use of Metaprogramming long before Rails. dRuby creates proxy objects which lets you to “automagically”(In Matz’s word) delegate method calls to remote objects.
Makoto Inoue is a web developer working in London. Makoto discovered Ethereum back in March and started a charity study group so that he can learn Ethereum coding with other like minded people (while raising money for Whizz-Kids https://simplybusiness.everydayhero.com/uk/makoto ) . He built Blockparty Dapp to solve his own problem of unpredictable free meetup attendancy rate. The more info is at http://makoto.github.io/me.
Peter Vandenabeele talks to LRUG about his experiences converting an Ruby on Rails app from MRI Ruby to JRuby.Starting from a scaffold Rails app with RSpec and mysql/postgresl what are the steps to get rspec to pass on JRuby?
Peter Vandenabeele is a Business and Social Network Application developer focused on data processing and business/network modeling. Using a combination of fast/lean for the exploratory phase and TDD for the production quality code.
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