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This is nerd focused... Not marketing-focused. Not sales-focused. Not recruitment-focused. If you want to talk about your company, just make sure you talk about using your product. Something we can share.

Proposed Talks

Merkle Tree: Building Block of the Trustless Web

An intermediate talk proposed by Erin Freakin' Swenson-Healey

Title: _Merkle Tree: Building Block of the Trustless Web_ Bio: <you already have this> Abstract: Merkle tree is a tree in which every non-leaf node is labelled with the cryptographic hash of the... read more

Blue/Green Rails - Easy ECS Clusters with CloudFormation

An intermediate talk proposed by Erin Swenson-Healey

CloudFormation is an AWS offering which allows you to describe all aspects of an application environment (CI, database, application cluster, load balancers, etc.) in a version controlled text file.... read more

Using Ruby to ace a technical interview.

An intermediate talk proposed by Justin M Bishop

I've been interviewing at all the major tech companies, and I'd love to share some of what I've learned about the coding problems asked in an hour long interview, and how you can leverage Ruby and... read more

using dry-rb for your API

An intermediate talk proposed by Rachel Lanman

I'd like to give a talk on how to use dry-rb to define and validate schema rules for your API params. I've found it succinct, easy to implement, and very useful for keeping verbose validation rules... read more

Gerunds: DCI etc. the Ruby way

An intermediate talk proposed by Woody Peterson

Ruby is a language built for programmer happiness, but I've seen many unhappy Rails developers over the years. Greenfield development, aka "a blog in 15 minutes," is full of joy. However, as... read more

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