Saturday 8th June, 2013
10:00am to 10:30am
All developers should know something about the internals of their tools. But that’s a huge task … if you insisted on learning all of that up front, you’d never get started. This talk will cover why such knowledge is important and how to gain it while still getting your real work done.
Glenn Vanderburg has been a professional programmer for 25 years. He’s starting to see things come full-circle for at least the second time. Even as we are tackling new challenges, we’re rediscovering lessons that have been learned and relearned by programmers for many years. Glenn is a well known speaker and teacher, and is still having fun with Ruby after twelve years.
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