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Meet up

London Ruby May Meetup

Monday, 8th May at CodeNode, London

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

A Brief (and incomplete) introduction to Rust (for Rubyists)

Rust! It's the latest flavour of the month. Find out about this friendly low-level language, why rockstar Rubyists like Yehuda Katz and Steve Klabnik like it, and how to embed it in your Ruby code to get a bigger speed boost than those shiny stars in Mariokart.

David Wickes

Having tried his hand at biology, academic philosopher, security guard, library van driver, copy writer and marketeer, Dave finally settled on software developer and has never looked back. An alumni of Makers Academy (August 2015), he has since gone on to work at Mergermarket where he develops microservices in JavaScript (NodeJS), Go, Groovy, Ruby and whatever else he can get his hands on.

5 Things I wish my grandfather told me about ActiveRecord and Postgres

Common gotchas, how to measure and improve performances when the database is the bottleneck.

Ken Fassone

Tech lead at carwow, Ken is passionate about full stack performance optimisations. carwow had some interesting challenges since they had their first tv campaign and it was a great opportunity to learn from them. In the past he worked with several programming languages C++, Scala, C#, Java and others. He is currently learning about browser optimisation and looking into elixir.

Do you even declarative?

A reflection on some recent tweets about declarative programming by Sarah Mei, and a look at the broader idea of the relationship between mathematics and computing.

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.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

A Brief (and incomplete) introduction to Rust (for Rubyists)

Rust! It's the latest flavour of the month. Find out about this friendly low-level language, why rockstar Rubyists like Yehuda Katz and Steve Klabnik like it, and how to embed it in your Ruby code to get a bigger speed boost than those shiny stars in Mariokart.

David Wickes

Having tried his hand at biology, academic philosopher, security guard, library van driver, copy writer and marketeer, Dave finally settled on software developer and has never looked back. An alumni of Makers Academy (August 2015), he has since gone on to work at Mergermarket where he develops microservices in JavaScript (NodeJS), Go, Groovy, Ruby and whatever else he can get his hands on.

5 Things I wish my grandfather told me about ActiveRecord and Postgres

Common gotchas, how to measure and improve performances when the database is the bottleneck.

Ken Fassone

Tech lead at carwow, Ken is passionate about full stack performance optimisations. carwow had some interesting challenges since they had their first tv campaign and it was a great opportunity to learn from them. In the past he worked with several programming languages C++, Scala, C#, Java and others. He is currently learning about browser optimisation and looking into elixir.

Do you even declarative?

A reflection on some recent tweets about declarative programming by Sarah Mei, and a look at the broader idea of the relationship between mathematics and computing.

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.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members