Hi fellow Rubyists!
Come join us for our June Ruby meetup at Spacemob, 8 Claymore Hill, #03-01, Singapore[masked]
This meetup is organised in conjunction with RedDotRubyConf 2017 as a fringe event. Get a chance to meet Matz, Aaron Patterson, and many more speakers and Ruby developers! Grab your tickets here!
- “To ORM, or not to ORM”, by Mykola Kyryk of PocketMath
- “Publishing your first gem”, by Peter Hoeg
- Discussion: “Confess your MongoDB opinions” by Emily Stolfo, MongoDB In, maintainer of Mongoid gem (details at bottom of page)
– This is a 5 to 10-minute session, during which anyone can stand up and share something interesting!
– Some sharing on “Nexmo international SMS and Voice API + Ruby gem”, by Chris Guzman of Nexmo
– Is your company looking to hire Ruby developers? Please share with us!
Interested to give a talk at future meetups?
You could share about your startup technology stack, your new RubyGem, your opinions on best practices, or projects you discovered or are working on.
And we are especially friendly towards beginners!
See you all soon!
“Confess your MongoDB opinions” by Emily Stolfo
“As the maintainer of Mongoid, the ActiveRecord replacement for using MongoDB with Rails, I’m aware that MongoDB isn’t the first database choice of Rails users. I’d like to find out what I can do to help developers more often choose to use MongoDB with Rails.
Can I build tools to help you migrate data? Can I provide a connector that allows you to convert SQL queries to MongoDB queries? Should I make the query DSL totally different from that of ActiveRecord and more similar to MongoDB’s JSON-like query language?
I invite you to openly confess your MongoDB opinions to help me provide better support for the Rails community in this brief two-way presentation.”
Tuesday, June 20th
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
#03-01, 8 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229572
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