Topics

August Meetup 2017 (03.08. 19:30)

  • Tidings from the Abbasid Florescence
  • Saga Pattern: 2 years and 40 000 000 domain events later
  • Stop Guessing and Start Measuring - Benchmarking in Practice
  • June Meetup 2017 (01.06. 19:30)

    • Coding is like [how do I explain this?]
    • Boring Ruby Code
    • May Meetup 2017 (04.05. 19:30)

      • GraphQL for Rails - How GitHub uses GraphQL internally
      • Make Public Speaking Great Again
      • JWT Multi Account Roles
      • April Meetup 2017 (06.04. 19:30)

        • Building complex queries with the Active Record Query Interface
        • Exploring evolutionary design with Ruby and Tests
        • Through the fire, the features and the flames
        • March Meetup 2017 (02.03. 19:30)

          • Replacing ActiveRecord callbacks with Pub/Sub
          • Reactive Ruby: build high performant web apps with JRuby and Ratpack
          • Intro to fibers
          • February Meetup 2017 (02.02. 19:30)

            • Fortunately, maths: a systematic approach to engineering management
            • Monadic design: It's too dangerous to go alone
            • January Meetup 2017 (05.01. 19:30)

              • Constraint programming in Ruby
              • A developer's nightmare: Dealing with time and dates in Ruby and Rails
              • Responsible gem collector
              • December Meetup 2016 (01.12. 19:30)

                • Securing your APIs with JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
                • "Don't Spill the Beans" - Keeping Secrets in Production
                • Funding open source infrastructure software security, stability, & features
                • November Meetup 2016 (03.11. 19:30)

                  • The Programmer's Glossary
                  • Know your impact: An introduction to AB testing
                  • The What, Why, And How of Software Components - In Ruby and Beyond
                  • October Meetup 2016 (06.10. 19:30)

                    • Lessons learned from 10 years of programming
                    • How to plan and perform improvements on legacy systems
                    • Testing Ruby gems against multiple versions of everything