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As experienced Rails consultants, and authors of the upcoming Rails AntiPatterns book, Chad Pytel and Tammer Saleh have seen their fair share of terrible code.
This workshop is best suited for developers already familiar with Ruby on Rails. Participants should bring their laptops, setup for Ruby on Rails development, and any code they wish to share.
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.
Ever wanted to build an API with Rails? Feel daunted? Google doesn't help much? Come talk to the developers of some of the biggest APIs built in Rails. Developers from Twitter, Github, ThoughtBot, NY Times, and 37signals will talk about the decisions and challenges they have faced in building their APIs. Topics will include; Authentication, Formats, Scaling, Security, Versioning, & Communication.
In this session I'll share my experience, tips and tricks I've learned, and stories I've come across while building Rails apps for clients and myself.
"Don't repeat yourself." "Don't reinvent the wheel." Phrases like this are thrown around like crazy in the programming world, but one is missing. Repeat others. The best way to learn is to imitate those that are better than us.
If you lead or work on a development team, you know that applications need to be tuned and tweaked continuously or their performance degrades. Changing load, new features, growing databases, all contribute to application slowing. Learn how to prioritize the work for your team so you're making improvements that make a difference.