SXSW WEB DEVELOPER HAPPY HOUR!
It’s party time! Excellent! (air guitar)
You’re invited to the once a year extravaganza that is the…SXSW Web Developer Happy Hour!
Monday, March 16, 2015
Ticket required: https://austinonrails.ticketbud.com/sxsw-2015 (developer discount code available)
Please join us on the Monday of SXSW for good conversation, appetizers, and a night out without the laptop. Buffalo Billiards has tons of games, such as darts, billiards, and shuffleboard.
We invited bonafide web geek and designer Alex Baldwin to DJ our event.
Click the robot to check out last year’s set:
It’s easily the best party for the HTTP crowd.
Web developers of all stripes are welcome (backend, frontend…you name it)! Please note that the venue is 21+.
Ticketbud is handmade right here in Austin, Texas!
We could not put on this event without the gracious help of our awesome sponsors. Please take a moment to thank them on Twitter.
Our platform empowers developers, IT/Ops, and business leaders to transform their business using real-time data directly from production software.
MakerSquare is a selective 3 month full-time career accelerator for software engineering. By teaching computer science fundamentals and modern web technologies, MakerSquare prepares students to join the workforce as modern software engineers.
Keep Ruby Weird is a annual conference that works to highlight all the weird that Austin has to offer while educating folks on the beauty of Ruby.
It’s February, that means it’s time for LIGHTNING TALKS!
Lightning Talks are short talks about topics relevant to the community. Anyone can participate and it’s always a LOT of fun. Your Rails conductor this month is Anthony Lewis.
Section 1 (7-8PM)
- “Simplify your operations with orchestra”, Nathan Ladd, @realntl
- “React.js Real Quick (Pun Intended)”, Tim Tyrrell, @timtyrrell
- “The Best of Both Worlds: JSON in Postgres 9.4”, Chad Bailey, @chadbailey59
- “What I Learned Putting In Wood Floors and How It Applies to Development”, @randito
- “Firing the Asset Pipeline for your Single-Page App”, Brandon Hays, @tehviking
- “3 learning techniques to stay up-to-date with web technologies”, Alejo Rivera, @alejoriveralara
Section 2 (8-9PM)
- “Pry: greatest hits”, Patrick Mahoney, @patricknmahoney
- “Something about Clojure”, Nick McDonnough, @nickmcdonnough
- “Jekyll and Mr Blog”, Nola Stowe, @rubygeek
- “Everything The Bare Minimum You Always Wanted to Should Know About Database Indexes* (*But Didn’t Ask Until Your App Went Down)”, John Dalton, @johndalton
This meeting is sure to be a blast!
Also, don’t forget to RSVP to our Austin on Rails Web Developer SXSW Happy Hour today! Invite your web geek friends who will be in town to come hang out with us, have a few drinks, play some games, and chat web technology.
Welcome to 2015!
Hop on your hoverboard and join us for the first meeting of the year. Your Rails conductor this month is Matt Swain.
Active Record Associations - Anthony Lewis
Everything you ever wanted to know about Active Record Associations, but were afraid to ask. What really happens when you call has many or belongs to? Where does the foreign key go again? Do I use has many :through or has and belongs to many? How do I remove a model from an association without deleting it? These questions and more will be answered through slides and live coding.
Anthony Lewis is a Senior Software Engineer at Spredfast (formerly Mass Relevance) and the author of Rails Crash Course.
Accelerating Rails Development with Hobo - Steve Madere
Hobo turns Rails into RAD without limits
Everybody wants to launch their new web app yesterday. Whether it’s time-to-market pressure or agile expectations, we are all under the gun to “get something useful out there now!” In this talk, you’ll learn how you can leverage Hobo (http://hobocentral.net) to build extendable apps almost instantly from little more than a data model (without using a bunch of crufty scaffolding). To prove it, we’ll build a working app during the talk. You’ll also see how Hobo supports rapid enhancement and dries up your code (reducing LOC and thus maintenance liability).
Steve Madere is a serial startup CTO and entrepreneur who has been active in the Austin startup community since 1990 and using Rails since 2008. He studied Physics at UT and UCSD and created the Usenet search engine Deja News during the Jurassic period of the Internet. When not coding or starting companies, he gets his adrenaline fix from windsurfing, snowboarding and rock climbing.
Just wanted to let you know that we won’t have a regular Austin on Rails meeting this month due to the Thanksgiving holiday. However, we will meet at BD Riley’s for socialization.
Thanks to Union Metrics for sponsoring some drinks.
Hope to see you there!
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