Rails have been pushing the concept of “set up a blog in 15 minutes” for the last 15 years. It has been equipping programmers with modern tech stack, providing users with decent interface, and offering business owners a quick launch.
Meanwhile, Hanami and Dry-rb are actively incorporating a bunch of modern paradigms into Ruby, such as Inversion of Control, Dependency Injections, and Containers. The community is also experimenting with DDD, CQRS, Event Sourcing, and Evented store.
Come listen to talks and communicate with people who move Ruby forward!
Author of "The Unhappy Path"
Arkency CEO. Ruby, Rails, React.js, Remote fan
Lead frontend developer @ Spiral Scout. MinskCSS & MinskJS co-organiser. Evil Martians alumni. Free hugs.
Hacker. Emacs fanatic. VP of Engineering @Toptal. I'm not the best, but I'm pretty good.
QA Engineer at Toptal, bugs hunter and veteran traveler
Typical freelance rubyist, teacher, speaker, GitLab evangelist.
Software Engineer at @RedHat working on @ManageIQ and coding for fun in Ruby. All opinions are mine.
Backend at @evilmartians Previously: @OffgridElectric / @anjlab
Ruby, Elixir and JS (」ﾟﾛﾟ)｣. Backend at @evilmartians.
> 10 years experience in Ruby/Rails development > 10 years experience in *nix systems administration > 3 years experience in infrastructure automation
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