A one day, single track, conference for Rubyists & the Ruby-curious in Brighton, UK
Hello. I'm Andy. (@andycroll)
Why not join us for a day of talks, for all levels of Rubyists. And some jolly good fun, and getting out in the lovely (non-guaranteed) sunshine.
Andy Croll — Mostly Tired Organiser
Security is Broken
Eileen Uchitelle — Basecamp, Rails committer, Ruby Hero
The Point of Objects
What is Processor?
Sam Phippen — Digital Ocean, member of RSpec core team
The Function of Bias
Sara Simon — Vermont Public Radio
Do It Yourself Testing
Emily Stolfo — MongoDB Ruby Driver & Mongoid maintainer
Just a Ruby Minute Returns
Andrew Faraday — Not Nicolas Parsons
Rails 5 Features You Haven’t Heard About
Sean Griffin — Shopify, Rails committer, Podcaster at The Bike Shed
Hubs and Spokes and Stockmarkets
Patrick McKenzie — Starfighter
Mary Richards and the Delicate Art of YOLO
Britni Alexander — Manheim
How We Make Software
Sarah Mei — Ruby Central, Ruby Hero, Devmynd
Relax & chat over a complimentary beverage, alcoholic or otherwise
Friends of Brighton Ruby
Want to sponsor?
The Struggle to Stay Technical
Kinsey Ann Durham
The Soul of Software
Playing Games in the Clouds
Mini-munging: The Joy of Small Data
Making Software Fun
What is Brighton Like?
Well I think it's like this.
Where Should I Stay?
Brighton Ruby Conference is a harassment-free experience for everyone. With that in mind we have a brief code of conduct. It's not draconian, we merely want everyone to enjoy themselves and be considerate of everyone else. Matz is nice, so we are nice.