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Meet up

London Ruby User Group March 2016 Meeting

Monday, 14th March at CodeNode, London

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

In this meetup we will have 3 talks on Ruby and Rails.

Elixir for Rubyists

he Elixir programming language (http://elixir-lang.org/) has been generating a lot of buzz in the Ruby community recently.

This presentation gives an introduction to Elixir, discussing some of the things that make it so popular among rubyists, and outlining a few of the similarities and differences between Elixir and Ruby.

David Salgado

David has been a developer, technical architect, CTO and startup co-founder for lots of years. Currently he is working at the Ministry of Justice as a Technical Architect.

The full power of Redis

The vast majority of projects use Redis like it's Memcached, but Redis can give so much more. In this talk I'll give practical examples of use cases where Redis outshines everything else I've tried.

Daniel Magliola

Daniel Magliola has been writing code since he was 7 years old, professionally since 16, and through those years has dabbled in multiple technologies. These days you'll find him trying to extract every last bit of performance out of Ruby on Rails applications.

A reintroduction to codebar

In this talk I will discuss what codebar is, how we have expanded over the last 2 years and how you can help us improve.

Kimberley Cook

I am a creative technologist at Shortlist/Stylist magazine, currently dealing into the world of React Native.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

In this meetup we will have 3 talks on Ruby and Rails.

Elixir for Rubyists

he Elixir programming language (http://elixir-lang.org/) has been generating a lot of buzz in the Ruby community recently.

This presentation gives an introduction to Elixir, discussing some of the things that make it so popular among rubyists, and outlining a few of the similarities and differences between Elixir and Ruby.

David Salgado

David has been a developer, technical architect, CTO and startup co-founder for lots of years. Currently he is working at the Ministry of Justice as a Technical Architect.

The full power of Redis

The vast majority of projects use Redis like it's Memcached, but Redis can give so much more. In this talk I'll give practical examples of use cases where Redis outshines everything else I've tried.

Daniel Magliola

Daniel Magliola has been writing code since he was 7 years old, professionally since 16, and through those years has dabbled in multiple technologies. These days you'll find him trying to extract every last bit of performance out of Ruby on Rails applications.

A reintroduction to codebar

In this talk I will discuss what codebar is, how we have expanded over the last 2 years and how you can help us improve.

Kimberley Cook

I am a creative technologist at Shortlist/Stylist magazine, currently dealing into the world of React Native.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members