Recently, we did a rework of the user’s profile completion flow in our Drivy web and mobile applications. We went from a basic single screen form to a ...

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At Monolist, we’re building the software engineer’s ideal inbox. Our users depend on us to surface all relevant and actionable tasks and context across...

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I really like using Ruby's Array#dig and Hash#dig operator (introduced in Ruby 2.3) to quickly and safely access deeply nested structures.I would love to see different versions of it in other languages so I can use them more too!

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Recently, I’ve been part of a team that stumbled upon rewriting a legacy library into a new, refreshed API. That API would serve as a foundation for lo...

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Git 2.23 brings a new pair of experimental commands to the suite of existing ones: git switch and git restore. These two are meant to eventually provid...

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Rails 5.2 stable version has just been released. One of its new features is a new built-in way for uploading files in your applications - ActiveStorage...

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This manual explains how to install the most recent stable version of Ruby on Linux, without using rbenv or alternative version managers. The goal was ...

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Rocketman is a gem that introduces Pub-Sub mechanism within your Ruby code.The main goal of Rocketman is not to replace proper message buses like Redis...

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Let’s talk about the InfluxDB Ruby client. I love it for a lot of reasons, and mostly because it encapsulates what I love about Ruby: it abstracts away...

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Is a gem you’re using not behaving the way you expect or giving a cryptic error you don’t understand? If you’re comfortable diving into the gems your a...

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RailsConf is the world’s largest and longest-running gathering of Ruby on Rails enthusiasts, practitioners, and companies.

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RailsConf RailsConf2018 Schedule

April 17 - 19, 2018 

 Videos recorded and produced by Confreaks, LLC
( 87 available presentations ) 

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RailsConf 2017 Schedule

April 25 - 27, 2017 

 Videos recorded and produced by Confreaks, LLC

 ( 86 available presentations ) 

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May 4 - 6, 2016 in Kansas City, Missouri

( 89 available presentations )

RailsConf is brought to you by the team at Ruby Central, as well as a small but dedicated corps of volunteers. While we depend on the awesomeness of the whole Ruby community to contribute to the terrific experience of RailsConf every year, there are a few individuals that work especially hard to produce RailsConf.

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Atlanta, Georgia April 21 - 23, 2015

( 94 available presentations )

Rails Conf 2015
David Heinemeier Hansson kicked off the conference by announcing a few new features in Rails 5: Rails API, turbolinks 3, a native mobile wrapper and web sockets support (a.k.a. Action Cable).
The amazing Sara Chipps wrapped up the day by sharing her experienceteaching kids to code.
Check the schedule for a full list of talks from Room 202. Shameless plug:yours truly gave a talk following the DHH keynote ;)
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Portland, Oregon April 29 - May 2, 2013

( 72 available presentations )

RailsConf, the largest gathering of Ruby and Rails developers in the world, is returning to Portland, OR! Join us from April 29th - May 2nd and connect with top Rails talent, companies, and project owners from around the world.

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Austin, Texas April 23 - 25, 2012

( 65 available presentations )

So what kinds of awesome talks have I attended so far?

  • Keynote by DHH about not being scared of progress
  • Steve Klabnik’s talk on Designing Hypermedia APIs
  • Practical Machine Learning & Rails
  • Ruby on Rails on YOUR ROOMBA!
  • Scaling StillAlive from a RailsRumble project to 50,000+ users
  • Building realtime web apps with streaming REST
  • Keynote by Rich Hickey (developer of Clojure) on simplicity

It’s been fantastic RailsConf so far, and I’m looking forward to the rest of it.

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