Luca Guidi Author of Hanami

Hanami 2.0

Hanami is being reinvented. We learned from experience, and community feedback, how to build a much more simplified, fast, and productive framework. This is a preview of how Hanami 2.0 will work.

Xavier Noria Ruby on Rails core team

Zeitwerk: A new code loader for Ruby

Zeitwerk is a new code loader for Ruby, and it is going to replace the classic autoloader in Rails 6. In this talk we'll cover what motivated Zeitwerk, how to use it, and interesting aspects of its implementation.

Marion Schleifer Software Developer, Community Lead & Organizer

Building modern web-applications with GraphQL & serverless Ruby

Many Ruby programmers are looking for new opportunities now that serverless is becoming more popular. Hasura offers instant realtime GraphQL on Postgres as a serverless backend option. And the best part: you can still use Ruby to write the business logic for the backend! Using a sample application, I will show you how to build fast web applications with a Vue frontend and a backend running on Hasura’s GraphQL engine. We will explore how the different components work together and how you can take full advantage of the combination of these technologies.

Bozhidar Batsov Author of RuboCop

Ruby 3.0 Redux

For several years now Rubyists around the world have been fascinated by the plans for the next big Ruby release - namely Ruby 3.0. While a lot has been said about 3.0, there’s also a lot of confusion about it - the scope, the timeline, backwards compatibility, etc. This talk is an attempt to summarize everything that’s currently known about Ruby 3.0 and present it into an easily digestible format. We’ll go over all the main features targeting Ruby 3.0 and many of the open questions surrounding them.

Emily Stolfo Senior Software Engineer @ Elastic

Beauty and the Beast: your application and distributed systems

With more applications now using service-oriented architectures, developers must know how to talk to distributed technologies and to handle errors and failures. While you can usually depend on libraries to encapsulate such details, it's important to understand and to be able to predict the behavior of your distributed systems. This talk will arm you with algorithms and testing strategies so you can tame your services and build robust applications.

Nick Sutterer Creator of trailblazer.to

Enterprise Ruby 2.1

In the past three years, the Trailblazer project has evolved from a simple service object implementation to an advanced business logic framework that can define, orchestrate and implement entire application workflows. Let's discover all those new concepts such as workflows, BPMN and state machines.

Elia Schito

Live code a game on the browser with Opal and Vue.js

JS is often a struggle for the Ruby developer used to live in the backend. We'll have a fresh look at the language implementing interfaces for a Tetris-like game for the terminal (using MRI) and for the browser (using Opal) using different techniques (vanilla JS, jQuery, Vue.js). The whole thing will be preceded by an introduction to Opal.