Wrangling Large Rails Codebases

A session at Rocky Mountain Ruby 2012

Friday 21st September, 2012

10:35am to 11:10am (MST)

As Rails applications grow they see a lot of the same problems that any enterprise level software project will see at some point: longer running test suites, more complex code interaction, and a rising requirement to keep "all that stuff" in your head at once.

Rails may have been a framework for single applications in the past, but it nowadays has some features that allow you to tackle bigger projects with more ease. We'll cover Rails code structuring techniques like unbuilt gems and engines that you can use to get faster test suites, cleaner structures, and more flexible apps.

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Stephen Hageman

Writing Software, consulting for Pivotal Labs, organizing Rocky Mountain Ruby, enjoying Colorado. #cbra = Component-based Rails Applications bio from Twitter

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Time 10:35am11:10am MST

Date Fri 21st September 2012

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