Past Events

April meetup

April 17, 2018 - 18:30

Shopify, 490 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest


Talks

Continuous Evolution Of Ap Is @ Git Hub, by Marc-André Giroux

Talk level: intermediate

Maintaining an API is no easy task. At GitHub, we often faced problems evolving our GraphQL schema. What fields are being used? Who is using them? Can we remove this field safely?

We recently tackled this problem. This is the story of how we regained confidence in building and evolving great APIs.

About Marc-André Giroux

A Jazz guitarist turned developer, Marc-André is currently working at GitHub, where he is trying to help building better APIs. When he's not hacking on or thinking about GraphQL, you might find him throwing heavy weights above his head.


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Workshop: Get started with TDD

April 3, 2018 - 18:30

La Gare, 5333 Casgrain avenue

You've heard about Test Driven Development but you need help to get started with your Rails application? Come to this workshop with your laptop and we'll guide you through RSpec's setup with Rails.

We will build together a small Rails app using TDD best practices and our experienced mentors will help you understand the core principles of the process.

Some basic knowledge of Rails is required, but it is a beginner's workshop.

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Le Wagon Montréal

Le Wagon brings technical skills to creative people and entrepreneurs within 29 cities around the world. This 9-week bootcamp (FullStack program - web development) gives you the ability to build a prototype of any idea you might have. More than 2500 alumni have graduated from Le Wagon worldwide.

Curious to learn with Le Wagon ? Discover our free online course and learn the basics of web development 👉 www.lewagon.com/learn/montreal

Further details about the course and how to apply can be found on www.lewagon.com/montreal.


March Meetup

March 20, 2018 - 18:30

AdGear, 460 Rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 2H2


Talks

Building A Ruby Profiler, by Julia Evans

Talk level: intermediate

Julia is actively working on improving Ruby's toolset with rbspy. It's an open-source project and here is it's description on Github:

Have you ever wanted to know what functions your Ruby program is calling? rbspy can tell you!

rbspy lets you profile running Ruby processes. It's the only Ruby profiler that can profile arbitrary Ruby processes that are already running.


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Pre-Confoo special meetup

March 6, 2018 - 18:00

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage


Talks

A Deep Dive Into New Ruby Features, by Shannon Skipper

Talk level: beginner

Ruby 2.5 was released on Christmas day and it came with a bunch of new features! We'll take a look at how they can by implemented in pure Ruby and explore practical use cases. Finally, we'll take a peek at a couple of exciting features planned for Ruby 2.6.

About Shannon Skipper

Square

Shannon Skipper helps maintain several open source projects, is a contributor to multiple Ruby implementations, and has been a Rubyist for almost a decade. Shannon lives in San Francisco and is a Developer Evangelist at Square.


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Square

Square makes commerce easy. Square offers tools to start, run, and grow your business – from hardware that accepts credit cards to software that tracks inventory, analytics and invoicing. The Square Developer Platform lets you build your own custom commerce solution on the Square you know and trust, for both online (eCommerce), and offline (in-store).


February meetup

February 20, 2018 - 18:30

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage


Talks

Metaphors Are Similes. Similes Are Like Metaphors., by Coraline Ada Ehmke

Talk level: beginner

Language matters more than you think. And the more you think, the more you need language. This talk explores the connections between language and problem solving, how the metaphors that we use can expand or constrain our thinking, and how it all relates to our identities as software developers and as human beings. Along the way we’ll learn about linguistics, category theory, Russian colors, gigantic bridges in France, and how to pronounce the word “lacuna”. And you’ll definitely have some things to think about. Hopefully, in new ways.

About Coraline Ada Ehmke

https://where.coraline.codes

Coraline Ada Ehmke is a an open source advocate and developer with over 20 years of experience. She was recognized for her work on diversity in open source with a Ruby Hero award in 2016. Coraline is the creator of the Contributor Covenant, the most popular open source code of conduct in the world with over 40,000 adoptions. She is a founding panelist on the Greater than Code podcast. In her free time Coraline pursues her interests in artificial intelligence and writes and records music in her home studio. Find her on Twitter at @CoralineAda or on the web at where.coraline.codes.


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January meetup

January 16, 2018 - 18:30

La Gare, 5333 Casgrain avenue

FAQ

  • Qui?: Tout le monde intéressé par les technologies, la programmation et Ruby/ Ruby on Rails
  • Combien?: Gratuit
  • Inscription?: Pas besoin, tout le monde est le bienvenu
  • Questions?: Contactez Sophie (courrier@sophiedeziel.com) ou tweetez @montrealrb

Talks

Decentralization: The Path To Our Collective Future, by Jamie Klinger

Talk level: beginner

Mind map: https://metamaps.cc/maps/3315 The organizational structure of today’s society is exceedingly centralized and hierarchical. In this presentation, we will explore that web of control and how the decentralized open source movement is poised to overtake it. We will be discussing several innovative projects including Holochain and one that I have founded built in Ruby on Rails called JoatU.

About Jamie Klinger

JoatU http://honestlymarketing.com

Jamie is a social, anti-poverty and basic income activist, serial entrepreneur & freelancer in photography, poker coaching, cryptocurrency consulting, crowdfunding, business analysis and problem solving. Jamie has lived & worked in community spaces of up to 25 people, and studied alternative economics while building the framework for JoatU’s Community Action Points where they generate barter points for democratically selected community contributions.


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TBA

Code Night

December 19, 2017 - 18:30

Benelux Wellington, 4026 Wellington St, Verdun, QC H4G 1V3

Lets meet and work on personal projects using Ruby!

Need help getting started? Interested in open-source software development? Have a cool idea? Let's do that together!

There is no clear schedule, we'll do what you are up to.


November Meetup

November 21, 2017 - 18:30

Koolicar, 7248 St Urbain St, Montreal, QC H2R 2Y6


Talks

Event Sourcing: The Microservice Architecture You Didn't Know You Wanted, by Scott Bellware & Nathan Ladd

Talk level: intermediate

Solving the “monolith” and breaking it into smaller pieces that can have their own, independent work streams, in a web of independent-but-connected components is the brass ring everyone is reaching for. Events, Event Streams, and Event Sourcing are the corner stone of successful services projects. Taking an event-oriented approach to a microservices or service-oriented architecture makes the difference between ending up with the holy grail of architecture and productivity that you’ve been envisioning, or more of the same old problems, but now with all the distributed systems problems, too. And with an event-sourced approach, you get complete audit logging for free!

About Scott Bellware & Nathan Ladd

Eventide http://eventide-project.org

Scott Bellware works with development teams on "Rails Remediation" and autonomous services projects. He’s been on a five-year mission to incorporate all the good things he’s learned in the distributed systems world with all the good things he’s learned in the Ruby world. Scott is a contributor to the Eventide toolkit for event-sourced autonomous services in Ruby.

Nathan Ladd has been writing software professionally for over 10 years, specializing in domain driven design, architecture, and systems engineering. His languages include Ruby, C, and Javascript, and has recently worked extensively with service oriented architecture and event sourcing in Ruby. Nathan is also a contributor to the Eventide project.


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October meetup

October 17, 2017 - 18:30

Notman House Café, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Café à l'entrée

[English will follow]

FAQ

  • Qui?: Tout le monde intéressé par les technologies, la programmation et Ruby/ Ruby on Rails
  • Combien?: Gratuit
  • Inscription?: Pas besoin, tout le monde est le bienvenu
  • Questions?: Contactez Sophie (courrier@sophiedeziel.com) ou tweetez @montrealrb

[English]

FAQ

  • Who? : Everyone who is interested in technologies, programming and Ruby on Rails or Ruby
  • How much?: It's free
  • Register?: No need, just come, you're welcome
  • Questions?: Contact Sophie (courrier@sophiedeziel.com) or tweet @montrealrb

Talks

Rewriting 15 Year Old Code, by Anna Filina

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/afilina/rewriting-15-ye...

Did you ever have to maintain a 15-year-old application? Dead code and tables everywhere, static methods, database queries in between HTML tags and some pages still in a language that is no longer supported.

This presentation will lead you through a progressive rewrite from very old legacy to the latest shiny versions. Learn how to automate legacy testing, how to seamlessly jump between the old and new parts, and how to overcome other challenges that arise from dealing with legacy.

About Anna Filina

FooLab

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September 19th meetup, back to school!

September 19, 2017 - 18:30

La Gare, 5333 Casgrain avenue

[English will follow]

Pour ce premier meetup de la rentrée, nous sommes heureux d'être accueillis par Le Wagon Montréal, à La Gare ainsi que par Cap Beast.

FAQ

  • Qui?: Tout le monde intéressé par les technologies, la programmation et Ruby/ Ruby on Rails
  • Combien?: Gratuit
  • Inscription?: Pas besoin, tout le monde est le bienvenu
  • Questions?: Contactez Sophie ou tweetez @montrealrb

[English]

For this first “back to school” meetup, we are really pleased to be hosted by Le Wagon Montréal, at La Gare and by Cap Beast.

FAQ

  • Who? : Everyone who is interested in technologies, programming and Ruby on Rails or Ruby
  • How much?: It's free
  • Register?: No need, just come, you're welcome
  • Questions?: Contact Sophie or tweet @montrealrb

Talks

Who Are You Calling “Grasshopper” Anyway?, by Roberta Voulon

Talk level: beginner

“Patience, young grasshopper.” Mentoring young grasshoppers is a way of giving back and sharing the wisdom you’ve accumulated over the years. And mentoring with a peer can help you solidify what you have just learned, or to have a concept explained to you better than someone 15 years your senior might have. We feel validated by receiving and giving mentorship.

There are a few pitfalls though. How we think we learn isn’t necessarily what the learning brain has to say about it. As a mentee, we don’t always know how to ask the right questions, or as a mentor how to answer the questions right. We want to be helpful but maybe we also like to hear ourselves talk.

In this presentation we will go into the research that can help us understand how we learn, how we can help build self-confidence in others and ourselves, and how to determine an individual approach for all types of people we mentor, including those who think very differently than us. We’ll also go into our experience with mentorship at Les Pitonneux, with both receiving and giving mentorship.

About Roberta Voulon

Les Pitonneux http://pitonneux.com

Roberta Voulon is founder and president at Les Pitonneux (http://pitonneux.com), a talent incubator and community of new and experienced developers and programmers. Our 12-week “un-bootcamp” program LAB12 (http://lab12.ca) helps self-learners become pro, supported by a whole community of mentors (including their peers).


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Le Wagon Montréal

Le Wagon apporte un savoir-faire technique à des esprits créatifs et entrepreneurs dans 19 villes à travers le monde. Ce bootcamp de 9 semaines (programme FullStack - développement web ruby on Rails) vous donne à son issue la possibilité de construire un prototype de n’importe quelle idée. Plus de 1700 alumni sont sortis des rangs du Wagon.

Curieux d'apprendre avec Le Wagon ? Découvrez le cours en ligne gratuit d'initiation au développement web 👉 www.lewagon.com/learn/montreal

La prochaine session commence le 25 septembre 2017. Plus de détails sur le programme et les modalités d'inscription sur le www.lewagon.com/montreal


Summer dinner

August 15, 2017 - 18:30

McKibbins Irish Pub, 3515, boul. St Laurent coin Sherbrooke

We are taking a break from the regular meetups for the summer and we'll have a friendly dinner! New people are welcome, as always, and it's a very good opportunity to make some friends.

Follow us on Twitter to know exactly at which table we are: https://twitter.com/montrealrb


July friendly dinner!

July 18, 2017 - 18:30

Terrasse Saint-Ambroise, 5080 Rue Saint-Ambroise, Montréal, QC H4C 2G1

We are taking a break from the regular meetups for the summer and we'll have a friendly dinner! New people are welcome, as always, and it's a very good opportunity to make some friends.


June 20th meetup

June 20, 2017 - 18:30

Centre Cloud.ca, 420 rue Guy, Montreal


Talks

Translating With Mobility, by Chris Salzberg

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: http://dejimata.com/2017/3/3/translating-with-m...

Translating stored content in a Ruby project can be a tricky task. How do you read, update and query your translations? Do you need to change your presentation logic to accommodate translations? And in what format will you actually store the translations?

Mobility is a gem I've built to help make working with translations easier. Unlike other translation gems, Mobility is "pluggable", in the sense that it supports many different storage strategies through a common interface. It also supports multiple ORM (ActiveRecord and Sequel currently). This makes it, I believe, the most flexible translation solution for your Ruby project.

I'll explain Mobility and a bit of background about how it internally manages multiple storage backends using some interesting Ruby metaprogramming.

About Chris Salzberg

Degica dejimata.com

Ruby/Rails programmer originally from Montreal, living and working in Tokyo.


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May 16th meetup

May 16, 2017 - 18:30

Shopify, 490 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest


Talks

Reasoning About Rails Single Table Inheritance, by Gabriel Letarte & Bernardo de Araujo

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SOnr_55...

A talk about the benefits and tradeoffs of rails' single table inheritance and some learnings from maintaining existing code bases that use it.

About Gabriel Letarte & Bernardo de Araujo

Shopify

Beyond User Stories Or: How I Learned To Make Developers Love Me, by Francis Wu

Talk level: beginner

User stories are a part of an agile approach to writing software. But how do you go from writing a few sentences to providing detailed instructions for developers? In this talk, I go beyond user stories by detailing how the Acquisio Promote team's GitHub issues are built.

About Francis Wu

Acquisio http://thisisfranciswu.com

Product Manager at Acquisio. Defines, designs, and develops web products for startups. Proud husband, and father of two. Enjoys writing, movies, and coffee.


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April 18th meetup

April 18, 2017 - 18:30

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage


Talks

Extracting A Gem From Your Rails App, by Sophie Déziel

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://slides.com/sophiedeziel/extracting-a-ge...

So you've got that big pile of (hopefully) useful code. There are plenty of reasons to extracts some parts to gems, but do you know how to do it? In this talk, I will show you step by step how I extracted a gem from a production application and how I published it.

About Sophie Déziel

Acquisio http://sophiedeziel.com

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March 21st meetup

March 21, 2017 - 18:30

Crew Café and Collective, 360 St Jacques St, Montreal, QC H2Y 2N1


Talks

Functional Programming Concepts In Ruby, by Martin Chabot

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: http://bit.ly/2n7jpjC

Functional programming may seem complex at first sight, however, some concepts are simpler than the ones that we are used to in Object Oriented languages. During this presentation, I will show you some FP concepts that makes code more modular, succinct and clear. The whole presentation will be done using Ruby.


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Feb 21st Meetup

February 21, 2017 - 18:30

Notman House Café, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Café à l'entrée


Talks

Creating A Neural Network, From Scratch, In Ruby, by Marc-André Cournoyer

Talk level: intermediate

If you wish to dive into Machine Learning but have been intimidated by its complexity, this talk will show you how simple the core principles of modern Machine Learning are. We'll rebuild a Neural Network that can predict a few letters from images, in 50 lines of code.


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TBA

January 17th, First meetup of the year!

January 17, 2017 - 18:30

Brasseurs de Montréal, 1485 rue Ottawa, Montréal


Talks

Fucking With Algorithms: A Human Hobby, by Myriam Jessier

Talk level: beginner

Gaming the system is an inherently human trait for some of us. Come find out how some famous algorithms get mistreated by people for fun, for profit, or for the sheer joy of messing with math.

About Myriam Jessier

www.myriamjessier.com

Myriam is an SEO consultant in Montréal. For the past ten years, she's kept one foot in copywriting and one foot in code to optimize websites for search engines and humans.



computer Code night! computer

December 20, 2016 - 18:30

La Gare, 5333 Casgrain avenue

We are delighted to be invited by the Ruby on Rails coding bootcamp Le Wagon Montréal @ the coworking space La Gare for our last meetup of the year.

The usual meetup day is very close to Christmas so let's do something different for those who are available.

It'll be a simple workshop where you can help with developing the website.

Before the workshop, we ask you to install the project on your laptop following these steps: https://github.com/montrealrb/Montreal.rb#development-setup . Don't worry if you get stuck somewhere, we can help you out.

If you want to start earlier, have a look at everything we'd like to see on the website here: https://github.com/montrealrb/Montreal.rb/issues

You should also join our Slack community: https://montrealrb-slack.herokuapp.com/. Join the #website-development and #workshops channels to discuss and see what's happening!

Remember that if you don't install the project on your computer, you'll lose that time on the workshop day. We want you to have fun and to code something you are proud of. More time = more fun.

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November 15th Meetup

November 15, 2016 - 18:30

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage


Talks

The Strangler App Pattern, by François Beausoleil

Talk level: intermediate

Do you have an application you need to replace, but can't afford to shutdown for weeks? Your best option is to use the Strangler Pattern to replace parts of your application URL-space without breaking everything. I will show you two techniques to strangle an application.


Gps Tracking On Rails, by Martin Provencher

Talk level: intermediate

How you can use a mobile application to track the location of a phone and use Ruby on Rails to manage the data? In this presentation, Martin will use Sharethebus use case to explain how they are tracking buses throughout North America. Using API calls and asynchronous processing, you'll follow the path of each data point from the phone to the customer interface.


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October 18th meetup

October 18, 2016 - 18:30

Notman House Café, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Café à l'entrée


Talks

Le Wagon Presentation, by Antoine Ayoub

Talk level: beginner

Le Wagon, a coding bootcamp ruby on Rails in Montreal Marie-Gabrielle and François will come to present Le Wagon, a 9-week coding bootcamp that teaches technical skills to entrepreneurs. Le Wagon has trained over 750 students within 14 cities around the world. It comes now to Montréal ! Le Wagon Montreal is now hiring FullStack ruby on Rails developers willing to share their passion and teach the curriculum. Find out more there → https://goo.gl/xPBQot. www.lewagon.com


Design Considerations Behind The No Frills Sleep Tracker, by François Beausoleil

Talk level: intermediate

The thought processes behind building this side-project

Why not React? React is a framework. For the number of screens and for the complexity of the application, I deemed the 180 kiB were too much. The whole JavaScript, with no compression or uglification, stands in at 67 kiB, or 1/3. The JS does exactly what it needs, no more, no less. But, React has excellent ideas which I shamelessly stole


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September 20th meetup

September 20, 2016 - 18:30

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage

We're getting back to the normal schedule!

We'll start with a talk Julia Evans kindly accepted to do specially for us and then we'll have a Gem Club.

A Gem Club is an open session where people present libraries and tool they think that people should know about. Don't worry if your gem has already been presented, there is always new people that may have never heard about it.

Since there is a lot of people using Elixir in the community, we'll try to include Hex packages in the Gem Club and see how it goes.


Talks

Postgre Sql 10^0, 10^1, 10^3, 10^6: The Fastest Ways To Add Data To Your Postgre Sql Instance, by François Beausoleil

Talk level: advanced

Ever wondered about the fastest way to insert data, and why? Seevibes scaled it's insert pipeline from 200 to 80,000 rows per second. François will share his knowledge with you.


Spying On Ruby, by Julia Evans

Talk level: intermediate

I wanted to spy on what functions my Ruby programs are running! So I wrote an experimental program to do it. We'll talk about Ruby internals, spying on Ruby with gdb, why I needed to learn DWARF, and how to build the future of Ruby debugging tools (spoiler: I'm not sure)


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August Dinner

August 16, 2016 - 18:30

McKibbins Irish Pub, 3515, boul. St Laurent coin Sherbrooke

As announced previously, we're taking a break of talks this summer. We are going to the restaurant for a more friendly and relaxed event.


July Dinner

July 19, 2016 - 18:30

Les Trois Brasseurs, 1660 rue St-Denis

As announced previously, we're taking a break of talks this summer. We are going to the restaurant for a more friendly and relaxed event.

I’m trying to have an estimate of how many people will be there. Please, send a tweet (https://twitter.com/montrealrb) or email me (courrier@sophiedeziel.com) if you are coming for sure.


June 21th meetup

June 21, 2016 - 18:30

Flatbook, 3875 rue saint urbain - 3rd flr

This is the last meetup before the summer break! We have two great talks that you must not miss.


Talks

Just Enough Structure, by Ben Thouret

> How can a small team with diverse backgrounds and skills deliver non trivial software solutions?

In this talk, we will follow the life of a developer from onboarding to technical and collaborative proficiency in order to create maximum value and impact.

We will go through the tools and best practices that you can apply to your team and organization.

We will also explore what management can do to provide a minimal but structured way of ensuring that the right work gets done.


Share The Data With Your People Using Rails!, by Eric Walker

Talk level: intermediate

Data is at the heart of everything we build with Rails.

Even with the power of Ruby on Rails, developing reports for company takes time and can become a major distraction for engineering teams.

Eric presents a workflow using Heroku Dataclips, Google Sheets, as well as a ruby gem that you can use to build your own data pipelines, with the end goal of empower other teams to harness the company’s data quickly become self sufficient users.


Brought to you by our sponsors:

Flatbook

Flatbook is our sponsor and our host this month. They generously provide us with the pizzas, the soft drinks and a nice venue.


May 17th meetup

May 17, 2016 - 18:30

Notman House, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, 3e étage

The first meetup after RailsConf 2016! There is a lot to talk about and a lot of Montreal.rb members were there. We scheduled only one talk (a great one!) to have time to discuss about what's going on in the rails community.


Talks

How To Build A Res Tful Api With Grape, by Charles Lalonde

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/dechuck/restful-api-wit...

With the rise of front-end frameworks like React and Angular, the need for an API is necessary, if not mandatory. The Grape framework is the perfect solution to easily build RESTful APIs. In this talk we'll walk through the basics of Grape and how to use the framework inside your existing Rails application.


Brought to you by our sponsors:

Acquisio

We want to thank Acquisio, our sponsor for the night. They provide us with pizzas and soft drinks!


April 19th meetup

April 19, 2016 - 18:30

Centre Cloud.ca, 420 rue Guy, Montreal

This meetup is the very first to be announced via the new "Events" feature! Thanks to all the contributors that made it possible! There is still a lot to do, but we're getting improvements every weeks.


Talks

Metaprogramming For Rookies, by Karim Tarek

They say "to become a Ruby Jedi, you have to master the art of metaprogramming". In this talk, we'll go through the steps to create a gem using metaprogramming techniques. So, Let's look into that, shall we...


Getting Started With Web Application Security, by Florencia Herra-Vega

Internet security is a huge, important, and often discussed topic. However, as a junior developer, it can be very daunting to know where to even start learning about it. This talk will give a brief introduction to some parts of the architecture of the internet that make it so insecure, covering concepts like DNS, man-in-the-middle attacks, and ending with a brief tutorial on how to use Let’s Encrypt to set up SSL for your web applications.


Brought to you by our sponsors:

Bookwitty

We want to thank Bookwitty for the pizzas and soft drinks. They also have a surprise for our awesome speakers! They have senior Rails and a senior front-end positions to fill. Feel free to talk to them at the event!


March 15th meetup

March 15, 2016 - 18:30

Shopify, 490 Rue de la Gauchetiere Ouest


Talks

Graph Ql On Rails, by Marc-André Giroux

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/xuorig/graphql-on-rails-1

Le data fetching est encore un problème difficile à régler, surtout lorsque nos applications deviennent de plus en plus grosses et complexes.

Est-ce que vos APIs REST “over-fetch” ou “under-fetch” vos données ? Est-ce que vos endpoints ad hoc deviennent un vrai cauchemar à maintenir plus vos vues changent ?

Apprenez comment utiliser GraphQL dans vos applications Rails et comment cela peut aider à la communication client serveur ainsi que nous aider en tant que dévelopeur, en utilisant un language qui nous permet d’exprimer nos besoin en données d’une façon déclarative et hiérarchique.

About Marc-André Giroux

A Jazz guitarist turned developer, Marc-André is currently working at GitHub, where he is trying to help building better APIs. When he's not hacking on or thinking about GraphQL, you might find him throwing heavy weights above his head.


Elm, La Programmation Fonctionnelle Pour Les Applications “Front End”, by Martin Chabot

Talk level: intermediate

Slides: https://cdn.rawgit.com/martinos/montrealrb_elm_...

La programmation “front-end” n’est pas votre tasse de thé? Vous en avez marre de débugger des fonctions de callback et des exceptions de runtime ?

Elm pourrait être la solution ces problèmes. Durant cette présentation je vais vous démontrer quels sont les éléments qui font de Elm un language si spécial, allant de ces fonctionnalités de language fonctionnel en passant par un éventail d’outils de développent sans égal.


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Shopify

Shopify is sponsoring pizzas like in the past months. They are still searching developers for their Montreal office. Don't hesitate to contact them.