Monday, 10th February in London

This meetup was organised by LRUG: London Ruby User Group in February 2014

Overview

February is LRUG's annual lightning talk evening and as usual we’re using the 20x20 format for the talks.

10 things I hate about your documentation

This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Nat Buckley

Nat is a technologist, designer, developer, maker, and even a data artist. They also make tools for startups at Makeshift.

Create your own blog using jekyll

This talk on Jekyll was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Swathi Kantharaja

Swathi Kantharaja is a full stack Web developer living in London. She enjoys coding in Ruby.

FirefoxOS on Rails

This talk is part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Pablo Brasero Moreno

Pablo Brasero Moreno is a web developer.

AngularJS for rubyists

This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Tom Cartwright

Superlative! Dangling modifier. Also Lead Dev @ Keepmebooked

Open Source, how to get started

This talk is part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Despo Pentara

Through her personal experiences and struggles as a developer, she has learned just how important communities and the support they offer are. Things are easier when someone is sitting next to us offering a helping hand or just encouraging us to continue. She will be talking about Codebar, what this is all about, the vision, and what you can do to help make tech a better and more welcome place.

Docker & Ansible: The Path to Continuous Delivery

This talk is given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Gerhard Lazu

Gerhard always enjoys a good challenge, and the learnings that go with it. He is fascinated by infrastructure problems, especially those that get in the way of delivering value to end-users. He keeps things simple and to the point.

A conversation between a developer and a manager

This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Daniel Cooper

Daniel Cooper is a UK web developer, who writes a blog called 14lines.com - feel good web development, made in Brighton.

Jeremy Tapp

Co-Founder at Devonshire Media

How to Visually represent memory leaks in Ruby applications

This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Camille Baldock

Camille Baldock is a London-based, full-stack software engineer. Her favourite challenges are scalability, security, and good API craftsmanship.

Five facts about smell

This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.

If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.

Alice Bartlett

Alice Bartlett is a software developer and regular speaker at conferences and meetups on technology.

Who's coming?

Attending Members