February Meetup 2016hosted by Tobias Pfeiffer by edenspiekermann (www.edenspiekermann.com), 04.02.2016 at 19:30
Come and join for great talks and nice people
Searching through a dataset can provide quite interesting challenges, especially when natural languages are involved. Elasticsearch is a very powerful yet also at times quite complex solution.
In this talk I'll give an intro on using Elasticsearch from within Ruby/Rails, discussing some of the general principles, starting with a simple example and then expanding into more complex topics such as multi-language search, search on data from multiple different objects, integration testing and production use.
So what's the deal with JRuby? Why would we want Java in "our" Ruby? Does it event have anything to do with Java?
In this talk I will shed some light on how JRuby actually works and how it can be utilized in the "real" world.
In this talk I will give a tour of plugins and techniques for integrating Ruby and Rails projects into Jenkins. As a general purpose automation server, jenkins offers a number of options for building, testing, reporting and deploying Ruby projects which may not always be obvious Ruby developers diving into Jenkins.
During this talk we'll cover:
- Running Ruby projects in Jenkins jobs
- Reporting on test results
- Analysis plugins (brakeman, linting, etc)
- Deploying Ruby projects (Heroku, AWS, CodeShip, generic bits)
The goal of this talk is not to serve as an introduction of Continuous Integration or Continuous Delivery as a concept, so much as show how to get started with incorporating Jenkins for Ruby projects to meet a continuous integration or continuous delivery use-case.
slides here (pdf)