RedDotRubyConf 2013 - Thank You12 JUNE 2013
Firstly, I would like to thank Andy - founder of RDRC.
Without him, RedDotRubyConf would not had happened in 2011 and 2012, and he gave us a great conference structure which I mostly copied for RDRC 2013.
Throughout the months of preparing for RDRC 2013, he was also ever helpful in providing suggestions and encouragement to us.
Thank you, Andy! We missed your British humour, but we all know that Singapore has to be independent someday right? =)
Secondly, a big thank you to all the speakers who made time for RDRC 2013.
24 speakers in all - 7 "Key Notes", 12 CFPs, and 5 Lightning Talks.
You guys are awesome, and the knowledge and experience that you shared with the us during the 2 days was priceless.
We have all leveled up, and it's because of you guys.
Thank you! Hope to see you all again, somewhere, someday.
Lastly, I would like to thank everyone who attended RDRC 2013.
300+ Rubyists from all over the World. Thank you for your support!
I am also touched and encouraged by the lovely feedback that I have received thus far, and I am really grateful for making new friends amongst you all.
A little jealous though, because you all had more time to chat with the speakers than me!
I had a great time at RDRC 2013 and I hope everyone enjoyed themselves too.
See you all next year!
This list will be updated timely. Otherwise, Cheeaun's list is pretty good too.
Slides For Day 1
- My Slides
- Aaron Patterson: Refactoring Rails
- Aaron Patterson: America's Next Top Engineer
- Ola Bini: JRuby For The Win
- Pablo Astigarraga: 50 Shades of MVC
- Luismi Cavallé: Keep Your ActiveRecord Models Manageable The Rails Way
- Richard Huang: Building Asynchronous APIs
- Paul Gallagher: Ruby - The Hard Bits
- Sakchai Siripanyawuth: A Better UJS for Rails
- Max Gorin: Client-Server GUI Web Components With Ext JS And Rails
- Bartosz Knapik: Meet AngularJS And Fall In Love
- Matthew Rudy Jacobs: Make Me A Better Rubyist
- Kentaro Kuribayashi: Glint - Fires Arbitrary TCP Server Processs For Tests
- Robert Roach: EmberJS
- Jim Weirich: Code Kata And Analysis
Slides For Day 2
- My Slides
- José Valim: Concurrency In Ruby: Tools Of The Trade
- Akira Matsuda: Ruby 2.0 On Rails In Production
- Simon Robson: Optimising Self
- Hiroshi Shibata: From 'Legacy' To 'Edge': Continuous Upgrades For Rails Apps
- Chang Sau Sheong: Playing With Ruby
- Yi-Ting Cheng: Secure Your Rails Application: The Basics
- Christopher Rigor: Identical Environments Using Chef, AWS And Vagrant
- Prem Sichanugrist: Dependencies Testing With Appraisal And Bundler
- Nigel Rausch: Fast & Effective View Testing
- Steve Klabnik: Functional Reactive Programming In Ruby
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