Programação  •  Ruby | Rails

Rails Conf 2012

★★★★★

Uma conferência com mais de 1200 participantes de todo mundo em torno do Ruby e do Rails, debatendo tecnologia e práticas.

Cap 1  •   Day 1

Keynote: Progress by David Heinemeier Hansson
47 min Assistir
Using Backbone.js with Rails: Patterns from the Wild by Sarah Mei
40 min Assistir
Designing Hypermedia APIs by Steve Klabnik
43 min Assistir
Getting Down To Earth: Geospatial Analysis With Rails by Daniel Azuma
46 min Assistir
CoffeeScript for the Rubyist by Mark Bates
38 min Assistir
Practical Machine Learning and Rails by Andrew Cantino and Ryan Stout
45 min Assistir
Engine Yard - The Cloud, Application Support, and You - Ask Me Anything
50 min Assistir
Mobile Rage - What causes it & how to fix it. by Lori Olson
41 min Assistir
Rails Engines Patterns by Andy Maleh
50 min Assistir
RoRoRoomba - Ruby on Rails on Roomba by Charles Abbott
51 min Assistir
Progressive Enhancement on the Mobile Web by John Bender
44 min Assistir
Zero downtime deploys for Rails apps
38 min Assistir
From Rails Rumble to 50,000,000 results by Mikel Lindsaar
50 min Assistir
Use the Source, Luke: High-fidelity history with event-sourced data by Keith Gaddis
51 min Assistir
How Rails helps make cooking more fun in Japan by Masahiro Ihara
30 min Assistir
ActiveSupport and ActiveModel by Bryan Liles
31 min Assistir
Rails Flavored Ruby by Michael Hartl
30 min Assistir
The Future of Sass by Hampton Catlin
47 min Assistir
Securing Your Site by Thomas Pomfret
42 min Assistir
Realtime web applications with streaming REST by Brad Gessler
29 min Assistir
A Polygot Heroku by Terrance Lee
37 min Assistir
RVM & Essential Rails Development Tools by Olivier Lacan
28 min Assistir
Active Record Scopes and Arel by Jacob Swanner
28 min Assistir
Keynote: Simplicity Matters by Rich Hickey
36 min Assistir

Cap 2  •   Day 2

Keynote: I've made a huge mistake by Aaron Patterson
28 min Assistir
2012 Ruby Hero Awards
17 min Assistir
Taming the Kraken - How Operations enables developer productivity by Nathen Harvey
26 min Assistir
Presenters and Decorators: A Code Tour by Mike Moore
47 min Assistir
Preparing for Rapid Growth - Tips for Enabling Your App and Team to Grow by Patrick Leonard
54 min Assistir
Let's make the web faster - tips from trenches @ Google by Ilya Grigorick
55 min Assistir
Semi Automatic Code Review by Richard Huang
26 min Assistir
Ten Things You Didn't Know Rails Could Do by James Edward Gray II
41 min Assistir
Schemaless SQL The Best of Both Worlds by Will Leinweber
32 min Assistir
Digging Deep with ActiveSupport::Notifications by Matt Sanders
35 min Assistir
Evented Ruby vs Node.js by Jerry Cheung
39 min Assistir
Basic Rake by Jim Weirich
31 min Assistir
How to Find Valuable Gems by Nathan Bibler
37 min Assistir
Stack Smashing by David Czarnecki
43 min Assistir
Using Rails without Rails by Piotr Sarnacki
28 min Assistir
Building Asynchronous Communication Layer w XMPP, Ruby, Javascript by Andrew Carter and Steve Jang
51 min Assistir
Keynote by David Cohen of TechStars
52 min Assistir

Cap 3  •   Day 3

Rails: The Next Five Years by Yehuda Katz
40 min Assistir
It's Not in Production Unless it's Monitored by Joseph Ruscio (improved audio)
35 min Assistir
It's not in Production Unless it's Monitored by Joseph Ruscio
35 min Assistir
Redis Application Patterns in Rails by Obie Fernandez
56 min Assistir
Chanko - How Cookpad safely releases multiple feature prototypes - in production by Kenta Murata
40 min Assistir
Code spelunking in the All New Basecamp by Nick Quaranto
51 min Assistir
What a long Strange Trip it has been. by Ezra Zygmuntowicz
42 min Assistir
Complex Made Simple: Sleep Better with TorqueBox by Lance Ball
35 min Assistir
MiniTest: Refactoring Test Unit and RSpec back to version 0.0.1 by Jared Ning
38 min Assistir
Deconstructing Travis by Josh Kalderimis
33 min Assistir
Extending Ruby with Ruby by Michael Fairley
29 min Assistir
Lightning Talks - Part II
60 min Assistir
Videos
53 Videos
Duração
2108 min
Subscritores
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