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Event Date:
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Event Date:
07:00 - 17:15
Event Location:
Cinematheque, Shprintsak 2, Tel Aviv
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Agenda

07:00

Registration and Breakfast

08:00

Greetings
Raphael Fogel

08:05





Web apps are great and everything, but imagine using Ruby to fly drones and make them dance to the sounds of dubstep! Or to control disco lights and other robots! Sounds fun, right? In this talk, we will not... (Read More)
Julian  Cheal

08:45




"Blah, blah Ruby is dead..."







I'm getting tired of hearing this blatant falsehood and so should you. Ruby has never been more alive! I'm here to posit the argument that the Ruby language, runtime... (Read More)
Ben Lovell

09:25




The OpenStruct class was written by Matz in 1998 and has been part of the standard library since Ruby 1.2. The idea behind OpenStruct—a data structure that provides method access to arbitrary attributes—is... (Read More)
Erik  Michaels-Ober

10:05

Break

10:25



There are over 100,000 gems in Rubygems, enough for the Ruby community to have coined the half-joke *“there's a gem for that”* as an answer to everything.

When presented with a new problem, a rubyist's first... (Read More)
Sergio Gil

10:55



Security is an afterthought for your app? You have a problem, but after you review your application and apply all of the tips I'll talk about, attackers will have it much harder than before. 

We'll go over... (Read More)
Daniel  Lobato García

11:25



A lot of people have being using Rails to develop both their internal or external API, and integrating it with tons of things from JS framework to third party services and IoT devices. But building a high... (Read More)
João M. D. Moura

11:55



Developers often associate Redis with terms like caching/optimisations and not as a primary data-store.

We in Spot.IM use Redis differently than any other company, by using it exclusively for all aspects of... (Read More)
Yaron Wittenstein

12:25

Lunch Break

13:05

As developers, we often stare at a computer screen all day only to come home and stare at more glowing boxes all night. Having a productive, nontechnical hobby can really help to keep us sharp for our day... (Read More)
Caleb Thompson

13:35



Does the application you’ve been working on have customers in any other location but your home town? Do you have to deal with the different time zones of where your customers live?

Learn how to handle... (Read More)
Elle Meredith

14:05



Boris will be talking about general architecture of market places and a proper way to handle payments as well as knowing who owns the money and whom to at any particular moment of time. Topics that will be... (Read More)

14:35

Break

15:00




Keeping' an Rails app running in production should be a walk in the park, but sometimes things get a bit hairy, so it's time to get your hard hat and get messy with that old code you have. 

I'll walk you... (Read More)
 Hector Bustillos

15:30

Over the past 7 years at Zendesk we've deployed our Rails applications almost every way you can think of. This talk takes you on the journey from running Capistrano on a dev machine to deploying our applications to... (Read More)
Jason  Smale

12:35

Hall 2

12:35



We will start by understanding what pry does and how it can be used in our every day life.
After a short exploration of the eco system and the available extensions we will take a deep dive into the different... (Read More)
Andreas Tiefenthaler

13:05




Everyone is hacking everything. Everything is vulnerable. Your site, your users, even you. Are you worried about this? You should be!

Don't worry, I'm not trying to scare you (that much). We have plenty of... (Read More)
Phil Nash

13:35

One day I realized that following rails conventions and applying rails best practices is not enough build complex applications.
I will show you my path from Rails app to modular app, which is not depending on... (Read More)
Ivan  Nemytchenko

14:05

Break

14:30

After a tiring day at work, you want to build something fun in lets say 4 hours? Writing Games is the answer ..!!
Playing games is fun, but building one is even more fun. And add ruby to game development, it just... (Read More)
Rishi Jain

15:00

Who doesn't love ActiveRecord? It lets us easily work with our relational database while hiding away all the SQL. Unfortunately, as your code base and traffic grow, those

In this talk we'll cover some of the... (Read More)
On Freund

16:00

Lightning Talks

16:00



How great it is to work with Redis and Rails
How quickly it fails?
And what can you do about it.


Vladislav Shub

16:10

16:15

Ariel Caplan

16:20

João M. D. Moura

16:30

Ruby Trivia with Erik Michaels-Ober

Speakers

Julian  Cheal
Julian Cheal
Senior Software Developer
Red Hat
Ben Lovell
Ben Lovell
Senior Software Engineer
HM Treasury
Ivan  Nemytchenko
Ivan Nemytchenko
Managing Partner
7bits
On Freund
On Freund
VP Engineering
we work
Jason  Smale
Jason Smale
Director of Product Strategy
Zendesk
Phil Nash
Phil Nash
Developer Evangelist
Twilio
Sergio Gil
Sergio Gil
Backend Engineer
SoundCloud
Yaron Wittenstein
Yaron Wittenstein
Software Architect
Spot.IM
Elle Meredith
Elle Meredith
Developer
thoughtbot
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Software Engineer
Contentful
Rishi Jain
Rishi Jain
Senior Software Engineer
Josh Software
João M. D. Moura
João M. D. Moura
Senior Software Engineer
Ride.com
Daniel  Lobato García
Daniel Lobato García
Senior Software Engineer
Red Hat
 Hector Bustillos
Hector Bustillos
Senior Software Engineer
Crowd Interactive
Vladislav Shub
Vladislav Shub
Chief Architect
Yotpo
Max Rozenoer
Max Rozenoer
Server Developer
Gett
Ariel Caplan
Ariel Caplan
Software Engineer
Vitals
Caleb Thompson
Caleb Thompson
Developer
thoughtbot
Amir  Levy
Amir Levy
Redis Labs

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