Aloha Ruby Conference (http://aloharubyconf.com) is approaching soon,
October 8-9, 2012, at the Sheraton Waikiki Beach Hotel. We have a
volcanic line up of speakers and topics. Aaron Patterson's is kicking
off the conference by giving us an update on Rails 4 and the future of
the Web. The day 2 keynote speaker will be Chad Fowler. Charles Nutter
tells us what we're missing out on if we don't JRuby. Mocks
are sometimes quite painful and feel like a necessary evil in our tests
- Corey Haines will enlighten us as to how test doubles can be useful
guides, pointing out design issues in our application. Mark Bates is
going to show what Coffeescript functions and Ruby 1.9 lambdas have in
common. Think you know everything about Ruby? James Edward Gray thinks
differently. There are many lessons on scalability to be gleaned from
Starcraft that Richard Schneeman will share. Evan Machnic wants you to
do your Rails Development on Windows, seriously! Rubymotion allows us
to write iOS apps with Ruby, presented by Ray Hightower.
Oh, this is all about to go down in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii – a few
hundred yards from Queens surf break, the last break in Duke
Kahanamoku’s epic 1-mile ride … in HAWAII !!!
Thanks and Mahalo to our sponsors: Zendesk, Engine Yard, Yammer, Agile
Animal, GitHub, HTDC/Hawaii Broadband, Ikayzo, New Relic, Ruby Central
and Sticker Mule.