December 2022 Meeting
Unfortunately, the December 2022 meeting is cancelled
The December 2022 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 12th of
December, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (meeting starts at 6:30pm).
👪 in person meeting alert 👪
and with the December meetup it will be our fourth in person meetup of the 2022; all thanks to the helps of the amazing people at Zinc at their offices, on Eversholt Street. Full venue and registration details are given below.
Heaping on the Complexity
Matt Valentine-House says:
Join me on a journey through Ruby's Garbage Collector!
In this talk I'll teach you some of the details about how the Ruby interpreter manages memory. I'll introduce a project my team and I are working on that aims to make Ruby faster by improving its memory efficiency, and then we'll talk about how our implementation broke Garbage Collection.
After that we'll go on a journey together, through some weeds, and taking a few bad turns until we finally emerge with a few PR's that not only Fix GC, but make our project better too.
What does "high priority" mean? The secret to happy queues
Like most web applications, you run important jobs in the background. And today, some of your urgent jobs are running late. Again. No matter how many changes you make to how you enqueue and run your jobs, the problem keeps happening. The good news is you're not alone. Most teams struggle with this problem, try more or less the same solutions, and have roughly the same result. In the end, it all boils down to one thing: keeping latency low. In this talk I will present a latency-focused approach to managing your queues reliably, keeping your jobs flowing and your users happy.
When the talks come to an end we'll decamp to a local pub for some food, some drinks and some chat with your fellow attendees.
Of course, even though this is the socialising part and seems more informal, please remember that still we consider it to be a part of the meeting and covered by our code of conduct.
Venue & Registration
Secure your place
Hopefully you all remember that physical meetings involve finite space and so to be guaranteed entry you need to register via eventbrite.
The address of the venue:
Euston House, 24 Eversholt Street
London, NW1 1AD
England, United KingdomSee on a map
The venue has a hard limit of 100 people. If you register and realise you can't come, please use eventbrite to give up your place so we can someone else come in your place. We might be able to let in people on the night who haven't registered, but we can't guarantee it.
Posted by Paolo Fabbri on Nov 13, 2022