Personal schedule for Jonathan Palley

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Tutorial
Location: Room 309- 310
Jim Weirich (Neo Innovation)
Average rating: ***..
(3.72, 18 ratings)
Git is a wonderful distributed source control tool with a reputation for being hard to learn. This workshop will sidestep the hard to learn reputation by explaining git in an easy to learn, bottom-up approach; and then reinforcing that lesson by immersing the attendee into a number of practical hands-on applications of git. Read more.
Tutorial
Location: Ballroom I
Jeremy McAnally (Arcturo)
Average rating: *....
(1.76, 112 ratings)
This workshop will tour through a number of advanced, in-depth topics on Rails 3. We'll look take a tour of many of the new additions to Rails 3, talk about how to exploit Rails' new focus on Rack to your advantage, dig around in the source to really understand how many of the pieces work, and take a look at how to bring some common, advanced patterns used in Rails 2.x into the world of Rails 3. Read more.
Products and Services
Location: Room 301 - 302
Adam Blum (Rhomobile)
Average rating: ***..
(3.60, 10 ratings)
In this session, attendees will learn how to build native applications for all leading smartphones using Rhodes, the only Ruby-based smartphone app framework. Read more.
General
Location: Room 309- 310
Aman Gupta (GitHub), Joe Damato (Boundary)
Average rating: ****.
(4.43, 58 ratings)
Everything in Ruby is an object.. but what is a ruby object? What does it look like? Where does it live? How is it born and when does it die? This talk will cover the implementation of the object heap and garbage collector in Ruby 1.8, with a focus on tools and techniques to understand memory usage, find reference leaks, and improve the performance of your ruby applications. Read more.
General
Location: Room 309- 310
Ilya Grigorik (igvita.com), Dan Sinclair (PostRank Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.73, 67 ratings)
No threads, no callbacks, just pure IO scheduling with Ruby 1.9, Fibers, and Eventmachine. All the nice things we love about writing synchronous code, but completely asynchronous under the covers – the best of both worlds. A hands on look at the architecture, mechanics, and involved libraries towards creating the next generation Ruby web-servers. Read more.
General
Location: Room 309- 310
Kyle Banker (10gen)
Average rating: ****.
(4.21, 73 ratings)
We'd mastered it all: join tables, polymorphic associations, nested sets, all neatly normalized. Then we awoke to the haze of NoSQL, where the data-modeling rules had changed. This presentation attempts to correct that by exploring document-oriented modeling with MongoDB. We'll cover common design patterns and contrast strategies for modeling product data in an RDBMS and a document store. Read more.
co-presented by Ruby Central, Inc. O'Reilly
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  • Rhomobile
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  • Linux Pro Magazine
  • Chargify

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