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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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