About the conference
Join the only one Ruby Meditation outside of Kyiv in 2019! Let's rock Dnipro and celebrate the Ukrainian Ruby community.
Call for papers is opened. Fill in the form and rock with us :)
If you have any work issues you cannot solve, our community will gladly help you to find the best way out in live discussion at Lightning talks session. You may also try yourself as a speaker with a short 5-10 mins talk. Please, fill in the form.
Students, who interested in ruby and have a willingness to visit Ruby Meditation will get a discount 50% with promocode ‘student’. Please send your student ID’s scan to make your registration on the event faster.
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- Registration and Welcome Coffee
- Welcoming Words from organizers
- What/How to do with GraphQL? – Valentyn Ostakh (ENG)
- Coffee Break
- The Trailblazer Ride From The If Jungle Into A Civilised Railway Station – Orban Botond (ENG)
- Coffee break
- Use cases for serverless technologies – Ruslan Tolstov (RUS)
- Lunch time
- Performance Optimization 101 for Ruby developers – Nihad Abbasov (ENG)
- Coffee Break
- Email validation techniques – Vladislav Trotsenko (ENG)
- Coffee Break
- Panel Discussion “Emails vs Aleksandr, Mike”
- Lightning Talks
- Closing words from organizers
Ruby Developer at MLSDev
During this talk, we’ll discuss serverless technologies. In particular, we will talk about popular serverless platforms like AWS Lambda, Google CF, and Microsoft AF and also dwell upon serverless frameworks for managing and deploying your functions. As well, we will touch upon the potential use cases of this new approach in your existing projects.
Software Engineer at RubyGarage
Email validation techniques which help to optimize mailing. Basic algo. Own gem presentation
Ruby Developer at Toptal
Software development is a domain where everybody can make a beautiful sculpture or can quickly build an unsolvable maze. According to my observations the later happens more often unfortunately.In the title for my presentation both the If Jungle and the Civilised Railway Station are methaphors representing the opposite ends of the scale of quality code.In my presentation I am going to present my personal experiences on how to get out from the trap of the if jungle by making the code to adhere to the SRP and DRY principles. I am also going to show the advantages of the Railway Oriented Programing using the 3 different libraries.The examples are going to be stereotypical errors, fun and easy to follow.
Ruby Developer at Ruby Garage
This talk explores basic concepts of GraphQL. The main goal is to show how GraphQL works and of what parts it consists of.From the Ruby side we will look at how to create a GraphQL schema. In addition, we will consider what pitfalls can be encountered at the start of work with GraphQL.
Senior Software Engineer at Digital Classifieds
How fast is your code? Performance is crucial as your startup grows, and optimizing your application can make a huge impact on user experience. During this talk you will learn hints, techniques and best practices for improving overall speed of your Ruby application.
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