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Meet up

Action Cable and The Marvel Guide to Developers

Monday, 8th August at CodeNode, London

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

In this meetup we have three talks on Action Cable by Jairo Diaz, The Marvel Guide to Developers by Melinda Seckington and Tell, Don't Ask by John Cinnamond.

Action Cable

Action Cable is a Rails framework for real-time communication over websockets introduced in Rails 5.0. With Action Cable we can develop interactive applications and live notifications to our users. Jairo will talk about Action Cable in detail.

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.

The Marvel Guide to Developers

Forget ninja developers and rockstar developers. What I'm more interested in is the superhero developer: these are the developers that do their best to help others, that try to give back to their community, and generally make the world a better place. So how can we all strive to be superhero developers? Using the origin stories and lessons from Marvel superheroes, this talk will help you become the type of developer that amplifies and helps others.

Melinda Seckington

Melinda Seckington is a developer, blogger and event organizer. She is currently a developer at FutureLearn, a social learning platform offering free courses from top universities. Melinda is interested in interested in solving complex problems with artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms.

Tell, Dont Ask

In the session you will learn everything you ever need to know about how to write the most wonderful code, in 10 minutes.

John Cinnamond

A computer programmer by day, by night I am transformed into…someone who programmes computers. Sometimes I take a break from all of this computer programming to think about how programming really works, or what computation really is. I once met a giant weetabix. My life is pretty rad.

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