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Meet up

Primer and Lessons learned BDD-ing a command-line utility gem

Monday, 7th March at Skills Matter, London

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

James Coglan is going to talk to us about Primer, his caching system for rails. Chris will take us through how he test-drove the development of a command line utility built as a gem, designed to connect to servers via SSH and HTTP.

Primer, a caching system for rails

It's no secret that expiring caches is hard. But it's also tedious, error-prone, and it forces a lot of duplication as your sweeper code is tightly coupled to how your views work. And caching itself introduces complexity: by caching data, you're creating multiple ways to compute the same value. What if we could get rid of all this? James will show Primer, a Rails extension that means you'll never write another cache sweeper.

James Coglan

James currently works as a JavaScript developer at theOTHERmedia, producing UI code for various high-profile London

Lessons learned BDD-ing a command-line utility gem

In this talk Chris will take us through how he test-drove the development of a command line utility built as a gem, designed to connect to servers via SSH and HTTP.

Chris Parsons

Chris Parsons is the owner of Eden Development, a company specialising in bespoke Ruby and Ruby on Rails web applications.

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Overview

James Coglan is going to talk to us about Primer, his caching system for rails. Chris will take us through how he test-drove the development of a command line utility built as a gem, designed to connect to servers via SSH and HTTP.

Primer, a caching system for rails

It's no secret that expiring caches is hard. But it's also tedious, error-prone, and it forces a lot of duplication as your sweeper code is tightly coupled to how your views work. And caching itself introduces complexity: by caching data, you're creating multiple ways to compute the same value. What if we could get rid of all this? James will show Primer, a Rails extension that means you'll never write another cache sweeper.

James Coglan

James currently works as a JavaScript developer at theOTHERmedia, producing UI code for various high-profile London

Lessons learned BDD-ing a command-line utility gem

In this talk Chris will take us through how he test-drove the development of a command line utility built as a gem, designed to connect to servers via SSH and HTTP.

Chris Parsons

Chris Parsons is the owner of Eden Development, a company specialising in bespoke Ruby and Ruby on Rails web applications.

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