July 2021 Meeting
The July 2021 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 12th of July, from 6:20pm to 8:00pm (meeting starts at 6:30pm).
Full registration details are given below, note that the zoom meeting url is only sent to registered attendees, so please do make sure you do it.
Breaking Up Monoliths With CRC cards
Rapid iteration and feedback is key to enhancing agility. This is an experience report on how we appealed to a modelling technique from the 1980s, CRC cards, to figure out how we might break away part of a monolith at the architectural level and guide refactorings at the softer design level.
Ruby on Rails for Fun and Social Good
Beam is the world's first crowdfunding platform for homelessness. Alex will talk about what Beam does and how Beam uses Ruby on Rails, Airtable, Vue.js and Tailwind to help them change the lives of homeless people.
- LRUG July 2021 - Alex Rudall - Ruby on Rails for Fun and Social Good
- A new way to tackle homelessness | TEDx Brighton
Improving Rails scalability using modularity with enforced boundaries
Rob Faldo says:
One of the aspects of Ruby & Rails that gives it the reputation for not scaling well is that unlike some languages/frameworks it has no way to enforce modularity. Over time and with many developers this usually leads to 'spaghetti code'. This talk will introduce a solution to this problem called packwerk (a ruby gem by Shopify), as well as touch on some alternatives.
- LRUG July 2021 - Rob Faldo - Improving Rails scalability using modularity with enforced boundaries
- Improving Rails scalability using modularity with enforced boundaries
The zoom call will stay open after the talks are finished for a little bit if attendees want to chat for a while. The speakers may hang out so you can ask them questions you weren't able to during the meeting. If you've got any ideas for something better let us know at email@example.com.
Secure your place
Even in a virtual world there are limited places for attending the meeting so you need to register via eventbrite. The link to the zoom meeting will only be sent to registered attendees on the day of the meeting, around about 6pm. Keep an eye out for the email and check your spam just in case.
Do prepare yourself in advance by downloading the zoom client.
Posted by Murray Steele on Jun 22, 2021