Everyone's welcome. You don't have to be an expert, a Ruby professional or even a programmer at all. If you're curious and in the neighborhood, drop by!
Stockholm Ruby belongs to you. There's no leadership and you don't need anyone's permission to organize any kind of event you like, of any size.
Join us for presentations from our Ruby community. We will feature two 30-minute talks plus four lightning talks.
First off, Andreas Zecher will talk about the ups and downs of running the Rails-based web service Promoter (http://www.promoterapp.com) on Heroku as a single developer. He will share numbers, technical details and lessons learned the hard way during four years of service.
Mike Burns will then follow up with a talk about the Expression Problem.
If you would like be the second 30-minute talk, email Mikael Muszynski.
The lightning talks are open to all.
Food and space are provided by thoughtbot.
Presentation nights are a fun way to keep up with the community. No question is too simple, the talks provide good conversation starters, and Rubyists of all levels will be there. Beginners are encouraged to attend.