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Published on Aug 17, 2015
How does Bundler work, anyway?
Bundler has turned out to be a super-useful tool for installing and managing dependencies, but many Rubyists don't really have a handle on why it exists or how, exactly, it works. This talk aims to explain the huge mess that existed before Bundler, and then talk about the solutions to those problems that Bundler provides. The talk won't spend a lot of time on code slides, but will include a fairly detailed explanation of Ruby's require system, Rubygems, gem dependencies, dependency graph resolution, and how Bundler interacts with them. At the end, the talk will cover the Bundler "superpowers", allowing rapid development and deployment in ways that were highly impractical before Bundler existed.
Automate the Boring Parts: Web Apps to Ship Web Apps
Delays, bureaucracy, angry release engineers: turning working software into production systems can be a drag. What if you could write software to automate away the pain, and have intelligent systems ship your code for you when it's ready? Learn how Airbnb replaced manual release processes with code to make shipping smooth, fast, and simple.