For those of you who didn’t make it to Rails Underground in July to witness my mind-blowing talk, Launching Ruby on Rails projects , it appears that Skills Matter has finally posted a video of it online. :-)
The sound levels are really low… but hopefully you’ll find it helpful.
You can also view the slides.
Hello from London!
Am currently enjoying the talks at Rails Underground 2009 in London and had the pleasure to be one of the first speakers at the conference. My talk covered a collection of what our team considers best practices. Best practices that aid in the successful launch of a web application and covered a few Rails-specific topics as well.
I’ll be sharing some posts in the coming week(s) that’ll expand on some of these topics as promised to the audience.
Since I covered a wide range of topics, I decided to share my slides online. They won’t provide as much context (as I’m not speaking as you’ll look at them), but they might hint at some of the topics that I covered. There was a guy video taping the talks… so I assume that a video of my talk will be posted online in the near future.
Until then… here are the slides
Have you launched a Ruby on Rails application recently? Are there some things that you wish you had known beforehand?
Mind sharing? You can email me with your story at email@example.com. I’ll let you know if your tip gets used in the presentation and please indicate if you’d be okay with me posting your tip in a future blog post.
It’s time to find my passport again…
I’ve been invited to speak at Rails Underground, which is being held in London, UK from July 24-25th.
My talk, which is tentatively titled, “Launching Ruby on Rails projects, a checklist”, will expand on several ideas that came out a previous article on the topic. Additionally, I plan to share some of the lessons that we’ve learned at Planet Argon as we’ve launched projects over last several years.
If you’re able to make it, I encourage you to register for the event before it’s too late. Take a quick peak at the list of speakers. I’m grateful to the event organizers for the invite and look forward to seeing/meeting all of the attendees!
Also, for those of you in the London area. If you’re seeking a design and development team that specializes in Ruby on Rails and want to schedule a meeting with me while I’m visiting, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. I’m planning on staying a few days extra around the conference dates to visit some of our existing clients and would be happy to meet you.
If you’re coming to Portland, Oregon for RailsConf 2008 or CabooseConf… I’d like to invite you all to check out our collection of articles that we wrote to highlight some stuff to do in town. We’ll be posting a few more before the conference, but wanted to help you all plan out your visit in our wonderful little city.
Portland Revealed series
- Episode 2: Beertown
- Episode 3: Get outdoors
- Episode 4: Stay Awake During RailsConf
- Episode 5: Places to Work
- Read them all
Stay tuned as we’ll be posting more over the next week.
Are you using PostgreSQL (the world’s most awesome open-source database server) with Ruby on Rails? Do you have any interesting experiences that you might want to share with an audience? Well, you might consider submitting a talk proposal for PGCon 2008, which is taking place in Ottawa, Canada.
PGCon 2008 will be held 22-23 May 2008, in Ottawa at the University of Ottawa. It will be preceded by two days of tutorials on 20-21 May 2008.
We are now requesting proposals for presentations.
If you are doing something interesting with PostgreSQL, please submit a proposal. You might be one of the backend hackers or work on a PostgreSQL related project and want to share your know-how with others. You might be developing an interesting system using PostgreSQL as the foundation. Perhaps you migrated from another database to PostgreSQL and would like to share details. These, and other stories are welcome. Both users and developers are encouraged to share their experiences.
Here are a few ideas to jump start your proposal process:
- novel, unique or complex ways in which PostgreSQL are used
- migration of production systems to PostgreSQL
- data warehousing with PostgreSQL
- tuning PostgreSQL for different work loads
- replicating data on top of PostgreSQL
Both users and developers are encouraged to share their experiences.
The schedule is:
- 19 Dec 2007 Proposal acceptance begins
- 19 Jan 2008 Proposal acceptance ends
- 19 Feb 2008 Confirmation of accepted proposals
- 19 Apr 2008 Final papers/slides must arrive no later than this date
See also http://www.pgcon.org/2008/papers.php
Instructions for submitting a proposal to PGCon 2008 are available from: http://www.pgcon.org/2008/submissions.php
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