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In his talk Kornelius will explain how CodeRay manages to outperform other syntax highlighting libraries with pure Ruby code. After comparing performance on different Ruby platforms, he will show the key concepts of fast scanning. Visualizing some advanced ideas for further speedups, and will explain how syntax highlighting can take advantage of multi-core processors.
His talk will touch search in general and focus on ElasticSearch, a promising search engine and database, which fully embraces HTTP, understands JSON and comes with advanced distributed features. It's “elastic” both in the sense of working with data, as well as horizontal scaling, and its purpose is to make advanced search features, such as geo search and complex faceted navigation/aggregation widely available.
by Pat Allan
The cloud may look all light and fluffy, but should you go flying through the depths of the internet, you will find challenges and pitfalls aplenty. Gather round as Pat puts on his storytelling hat and regales you with tales of the trials and tribulations, the technology and automation, the lessons and rewards that are part of building a service in the cloud.
by Bodo Tasche
In his talk he will show how to connect an arduino with ruby using eventmachine. He will also show potential use cases and projects that can be created using this technique. Most of the projects can be finished on one weekend.
Adhearsion is the first open source framework to enable the creation of telephony applications. Watch as they demonstrate how to integrate with an existing Asterisk install or develop something fresh and interactive in the cloud. Use your phone to send instant messages or collect data. Plenty of code examples will be shared as they show you how to teach Ruby new telephony tricks.
by José Valim
In this talk, José Valim will share what he has learned about Ruby while writing a small programming language. He will discuss the basic structure of a programming language, how to mimic part of Ruby behavior using only functions and debate about the Ruby's parser, Object Model, methods, closures and blocks.
28th–29th May 2011