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What are the benefits of porting existing Ruby scripts to Crystal?
How can writing scripts from scratch in Crystal impact our productivity?
We'll explore these questions and highlight differences and similarities between the two languages in the process.
Scala developer, Ruby enthusiast, programming languages explorer. When he is not practicing his Scala skills at Babylon, Lorenzo can be seen eating pizza at a tech meetup or enjoying some underground gig in north London.
Jekyll is a static web development tool, used by GitHub Pages. Most uses are pretty simple, but you can do a lot more complex things with it too. This talk will explain how I’ve used git submodules, deeply nested JSON, CSV data, and other techniques to produce complex data-driven sites with rich output, all on GitHub Pages in vanilla Jekyll. It will also explain why some of this is a *really* bad idea, and reveal the true horror of some of the code required :)
James has been a software developer for 15 years, first obtaining a PhD from the University of Surrey creating new 3d graphics algorithms, then working in a variety of industries including biometrics, flight simulation and visual effects.
To a Ruby developer Elixir can seam like one of an overwhelming selection of trendy new languages. Elixir's lightweight processes mark it as unusual among these new languages, and give it a unique set of strengths. This talk explores the virtues of Elixir processes and demonstrates how to work with them. Finally we will take a deeper dive into a real world example; constructing a capable webserver.