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August 13, 2013

Rack-CORS

by Patrick Robertson

A talk on how to use Rack middleware to enable your API to be used by other originating domains.

Ohloh for OSS Developers

by Peter Degen-Portnoy

An overview of how Ohloh can help open source developers.

FU CI

by Dave Jachimiak

Fuci is a gem that allows you to run CI failures locally from the output of your CI agent.

Imposter Syndrome

by Mike Munroe

A presentation on what imposter syndrome is and how to overcome it so that developers may be more open to contributing to OSS work.

Missingly

by Thijs de Vries

Missingly is a gem that helps remove some of the boilerplate needed to use method_missing safely

Lessons I Learned The Hard Way

by Myke Cameron

Myke shares some lessons he has learned along the way.

TBA

by Doug Yun

TBD

RubyMotion

by Michael Denomy

Are you a Ruby on Rails developer who is curious about RubyMotion. In this talk I will go into some of my experiences getting started with RubyMotion. We'll take a look at a few gems that can make the experience of developing iOS applications with RubyMotion more "Railsy".

I Will Survive

by Liana Leahy

Liana sings of her love for Ruby on Rails and the BostonRuby community

Giving Cucumber a Little Love

by Rob Park

I often hear when around devs a bashing of sorts of Cucumber. The norm generally seems to be a preference for rspec/capybara. But when dealing with a larger client or organization or team it can provide a lot of value, so thought I could mention a couple things around how to utilize cucumber and possibly try and break a couple myths I hear a lot on the subject.

First Symbol in MRI Ruby

by Octavian Neamtu

What is the first symbol in MRI Ruby

Giving Cucumber a Little Love

by Rob Park

I often hear when around devs a bashing of sorts of Cucumber. The norm generally seems to be a preference for rspec/capybara. But when dealing with a larger client or organization or team it can provide a lot of value, so thought I could mention a couple things around how to utilize cucumber and possibly try break a couple myths I hear a lot on the subject