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Ruby is a great language, and Rails is an amazing framework, but with all that you get for free, it can be easy to build in bottlenecks and poorly performing code. There are a lot of resources out there on performance. This talk will focus on the critical things you should look at first, up to the more advanced changes you may need to consider to make your app fly.
As members of the Ruby on Rails community, we’ve taken advantage of a wonderful framework, fantastic libraries, and enjoyed the company of other great, creative minds. But it’s important to make sure we give back! In this talk, we’ll look at how we can start to release our own libraries. We’ll look at how we can manage our open-source contributions, to make sure that we don’t alienate new developers. Finally, we’ll see just how easy it is to provide support for the next generation of Ruby on Rails enthusiasts and coders!
by Yehuda Katz
In this talk, Yehuda will give an overview of the new features of Rails 3, and how you can use them today in your day-to-day work on Rails. He’ll also talk about the steps you can take to most efficiently update a Rails 2.3 app to Rails 3.
11th September 2010