Camille Baldock gives a 20 minute lighting talk on how to Visually represent memory leaks in Ruby applications.
This talk was given as part of LRUG's annual lightning talk evening, using a 20x20 format for each talks.
If you’ve never encountered this format before it’s when the speaker has 20 slides that auto-transition after 20 seconds, giving them a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds in which to get their point across.
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How to Visually represent memory leaks in Ruby applications
Camille Baldock is a London-based, full-stack software engineer. Her favourite challenges are scalability, security, and good API craftsmanship.