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RubyGems.Next – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

The past, present, and future of RubyGems.org and what you'll see from the Ruby community's package manager site. Oh, and some GIFs too.

Bundler to Rubygems: Long Live the Gemfile – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Rubygems 2.0 had partial Gemfile support, with Rubygems 2.2 almost all of functionalities ofBundler can be replicated with Rubygems, lets stop using extra layers...

Let’s Code Like It’s 1969! – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

The world of programming is changing. It's becoming clear that functional languages are the new mainstream. But how do you write code without objects...

Writing Games with Ruby – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Creating games is crazy-fun and dirt simple with Ruby. If you can make a web app, you can make a game. This session will...

Swiss Army Rubyknife – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Peter briefly built Rails apps for a living, but quickly discovered the beauty of using Ruby as a catch-all "Swiss Army knife" for jobs...

Next To Your App: Ruby Web App Architecture – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Right next to your app is a world of software you probably don't think about: app servers, Rack interfaces, reverse proxies and load balancers....

How they Work Better Together: Lean UX, Agile Development, and User-Centered Design – Ruby...

Design has often been cut off from the development side of the house, creating static images that are then handed off to developers to...

Ruby in the Datacenter – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Hundreds of books are available to help you write Ruby source code and there are multiple large disciplines about how to structure the concepts...

Playing with Data with Ruby and BigQuery – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

BigData is a buzz word right now and there's a lot of cool things that people are doing. In this talk I'll show you...

What We Talk About When We Talk About Testing – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

"Red. Green. Refactor" is a great slogan for Test-Driven Development. It's less great as a guide to actual TDD practice. The slogan provides no...

Aesthetics and the Evolution of Code – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Symmetry. Simplicity. Elegance. Patterns. Much of how we understand, describe, and value code is based on subjective criteria that are easy for us to...

The Route Less Traveled – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

There is often more than one way to do it. Some ways are better than others, and are favored for many reasons. Rails conventions...

Systems Programming for the Ruby Developer – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Rubyists are famously polyglot. I've heard people joke that there are more JavaScript talks at some Ruby conferences than there are Ruby talks. But...

APIs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Service oriented systems have become hugely popular, and the golden age of the "monorail" is starting to end. Sometimes, these services can be fantastic,...

Structured Logging: Understanding Service Chaos – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

As teams build and compose more services, their dependency on logging grows exponentially. Being able to quickly make use make use of those logs...

Marketing Yourself to Boost Your Career – John Somnez – JS Remote Conf 2015

Let's face it. If you want to have a successful career in software development today, being a good coder doesn't just cut it anymore. Sure, writing...

Building a mobile app with Meteor, Mongo, and Cordova – Josh Owens – JS...

A live coding session where a fresh Meteor.js app is built. Cordova support will be introduced and we will start building an isomorphic js...

A road to open-collaboration – Charles Wood – JS Remote Conf 2015

The most critical and valuable life learnings of one of the most prominent open-source JavaScript developers, compressed into a 40 minute talk.  

Bring Fun Back to JS: Step by Step Refactoring Toward Ember – Brandon Hays...

You didn't need a full-blown MVC, you just wanted to add some nice interactive functionality to your server-rendered app. But then one jQuery plugin...

jQuery for WebRTC – Thomas Gorissen – JS Remote Conf 2015

WebRTC promises awesomeness. Embedded audio/video and data transfer in every website! But the API's are note straight forward and require a complicated signaling process...