Awesome conference talks

LoneStarRuby 2015 - My Dog Taught Me to Code by Dave Thomas

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Rails Conf 2013 Postgres, the Best Tool You’re Already Using by Adam Sanderson

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I like Joe Armstrong, he’s such a brilliant speaker.

This is a really interesting talk :slight_smile:

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This is exactly the direction I’m heading towards.

Blending Functional and Object Oriented Programming in Ruby

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Tom Stuart - Refactoring Ruby with Monads

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Full Stack Fest 2015: Fun with Lambdas!, by Corey Haines

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Wonder if you could do a tips or progress thread? Think quite a few people might be interested :slight_smile:

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Full Stack Fest 2015: Extreme Object-Oriented Ruby, by John Cinnamond

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RubyConf 2015 - How to Crash an Airplane by Nickolas Means

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Ary Borenszweig & Juan Wajnerman - Crystal: a programming language for humans & computers - Curry On

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This video of Sandi Metz explaining the refactoring in Rails is a bliss…

Steve Klabnik - Using Rust with Ruby - Ancient City Ruby 2016

From this talk I learned an easier way to integrate code with Ruby’s standard library Fiddle.

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RailsConf 2016 - Power up Your Development with RubyMine by Tatiana Vasilyeva

I just learned about the VIM emulator plugin and setting break points in your test suite with the IDE! Awesome!

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A post was split to a new topic: Pakyow - web framework

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Here’s one with some real substance for VIM

vim + tmux - OMG!Code

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Keep Ruby Weird 2016 - Keynote: Cultivating Instinct by Katrina Owen

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RubyConf 2014 - Ruby-red onions: Peeling Back Ruby’s Layers in C Extensions by Emily Stolfo

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