March 22-24, 2019
Call for papers
WE WANT TO CONFRONT IDEAS
Agenda
DAY1: Friday
March 22
13:00 - 13:30
registration
13:30 - 16:45
Markus Schirp, Martin Gamsjaeger
Mutation Testing workshop
17:00 - 17:30
Andrzej Krzywda
Business logic in Ruby without frameworks, libraries and persistence
18:00 - 18:30
Ethan Garofolo
Building UIs for Microservices
19:00 - 23:00
Warm-up party at Korba Kuchnia
ul. Świętego Mikołaja 18-20
DAY2: Saturday
March 23
9:15 - 10:00
registration
10:00 - 10:30
Janko Marohnić
Handling file uploads for a modern developer
11:00 - 11:30
Martin Gamsjaeger
Development with Axioms
12:00 - 12:30
Markus Schirp
Mutant on Steroids
12:30 - 15:00
Lunch break
15:00 - 16:00
Discussion Panel - Autoloading
16:00 - 16:30
Norbert Wójtowicz
Spice up your life with EQL
17:00 - 17:30
Dmitry Salahutdinov
Optimistic UI & Live updates with Logux
18:00 - 19:00
Lightning talks - 12 x 5 minutes
20:00 - 23:00
Main party at Mleczarnia
ul. Włodkowica 5
DAY3: Sunday
March 24
9:15 - 10:00
registration
10:00 - 10:30
Victor Shepelev
Towards the post-framework future
11:00 - 11:30
Michał Matyas
Transcoding videos in Ruby: A story
12:00 - 12:30
Chris Seaton
The TruffleRuby Compilation Pipeline
12:30 - 15:00
Lunch break
15:00 - 15:30
Anton Davydov
Events. Events. Events!
16:00 - 16:30
Dávid Halász
How to hijack, proxy and smuggle sockets with Rack/Ruby
17:00 - 18:00
Lightning talks - 12 x 5 minutes (or not)
20:00 - 23:00
Closing party at Panczobus
ul. Świętego Antoniego 35/1A
NEXT: 13:00 - 13:30 registration
Speakers
Chris Seaton
Chris Seaton is a Research Manager at the Virtual Machine Group in Oracle Labs, where he leads the work to implement Ruby using the next generation of Java Virtual Machine technology and other projects, and a Visitor at the University of Manchester.
Before this he completed a PhD at the University of Manchester under the supervision of Doctor Mikel Luján, where he researched programming languages and irregular parallelism, and he earned an MEng at the University of Bristol on languages with mutable syntax and semantics.
Between his undergraduate degree and starting his PhD he commissioned into the British Army, serving in training and operations in the UK and around the world. In his spare time he's now a captain in the Cheshire Yeomanry squadron of the Queen's Own Yeomanry, Cheshire's historic reserve light cavalry squadron.
He used to develop an award winning medical app that is the first app regulated as a medical device in the UK, and ran a consultancy to help clients such as the NHS to develop revolutionary medical software.
Markus Schirp
Markus is the author of mutant, a mutation testing tool for Ruby. He is a self defined dynamic language exorcist, specializing in rescuing bloated software of business value. ROM / DataMapper alumnus.
Martin Gamsjaeger
Ruby/Rails freelancer with a strong interest in functional programming and applying its techniques to object oriented code. Former active OSS contributor, author of various small Ruby gems. Merb, DataMapper and ROM core team alumnus.
Andrzej Krzywda
Chess player. Guru of Rails Refactoring. Writer and Ruby teacher at the University of Wrocław.
Norbert Wójtowicz
Norbert Wójtowicz is a recovering empty-stack developer, whose magic 8-ball predicts that Clojure and ClojureScript will be in your future toolbox. You can find his code and ramblings in various corners of the internet, under the felicitous handle @pithyless.
Janko Marohnić
Passionate Ruby-off-Rails developer, creator of Shrine and test.vim.
Ethan Garofolo
I have been a professional programmer since 2006. I've worked both ends of the abstraction hierarchy, from device drivers to web applications. I've run my own company and was lead "vocalist" in a punk rock band in high school.
I've been working exclusively on microservice-based projects for a few years and am writing a book for The Pragmatic Bookshelf entitled "Practical Microservices: Build Event-Driven Architectures with Event Sourcing and CQRS".
Anton Davydov
I'm Hanami core developer and an indie developer from Moscow. I work on different open source projects and builds Space-Rocket ships at night.
Victor Shepelev
Victor 'zverok' Shepelev is Ukrainian programmer and poet with more than fifteen years of programming experience and ten years of Ruby programming. He is a huge fan of open source and open data, author of multiple Ruby gems (made it to Ruby News Weekly several times!) and creator of molybdenum project, known for reality — an early effort of making entire real-world data computable and accessible from Ruby. His project was selected for Ruby Association Grant-2015. Currently, Victor is proud to work at VerbIT.ai, and also mentors programming students. The latter includes being a mentor for SciRuby (Scientific Ruby Foundation for Google Summer of Code 2016-2018.
Dávid Halász
I'm a software engineer at Red Hat working on the ManageIQ open-source cloud and infrastructure management project. I started with Ruby in 2011 when my roommate at the university gave me a "Rails for Dummies" book.
Dmitry Salahutdinov
I am the mathematician, backend developer at Amplifr, logux_rails gem maintainer. Family-man with 3 kids, contributing to OSS occasionally.
Michał Matyas
Wannabe sugarfree señor developer. Mostly does React and MobX these days but you didn't hear that.
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