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Featuring Daniel Lucraft
Dan Lucraft is going to talk to us about ruby profilers, specifically his jruby-prof gem. Even though his gem is for jruby only, he's going to give us a good grounding on "pure" ruby profilers first.jruby
Tokyo Cabinet, Tokyo Tyrant and Kyoto Cabinet: the World of Mikio Ware
Featuring Makoto Inoue
Tokyo Cabinet is one of the first "Key Value" stores. It was released in 2007, but surprisingly small number of people know what it is really capable of. Makoto Inoue, the maintainer of Tokyo Cabinet Wiki will unveil the core philosophy and exciting features behind these products.tokyo-cabinet tokyo-tyrant key-value-store
Featuring Seth Edwards
Seth will cover the use-cases for why we might want to use MongoDB in our apps and also give examples of using the ruby driver.mongodb ruby
What every computer programmer should know about time
Featuring Sean O'Halpin
I've been putting some notes together on time similar in spirit (if not in detail) to "What every computer programmer should know about floating-point arithmetic."utc localtime ntp date-arithmetic
Software Craftsmanship Terminology
Featuring Corey Haines
Corey will discuss the lingo of software craftsmanship, describing concrete definitions that go past the FUD often associated with them.
Software Craftsmanship Ideas & Eden
Featuring Chris Parsons
Chris Parsons will talk about how craftsmanship ideas have been applied at Eden, showing there doesn't have to be a conflict between these two goals.
Evolution of Data Models in Rails - Lessons Learned
Featuring Lars Jorgensen
In this podcast, Lars Jorgensen gives a talk on the lessons learned from developing a ruby on rails application for an evolving data model.ruby-on-rails