October Meetup 2019hosted by Tobias Pfeiffer by solarisBank AG (www.solarisbank.de), 10.10.2019 at 19:30
Great fun and talks!
These topics are super intimidating but they don't need to be. Let's take a look at how Ruby "understands" the code you write and the core of how Ruby is run.
This talk is pretty non-technical, absolutely subjective, and questionably practical. I'll tell you literally about reviewing the code.
All of a sudden, I get tons of pull-requests to review. And as we follow the open-source (internally) model of contribution, people are coming from different teams and have their agenda. I just wanted to keep a piece of mind and at the same time, not be an asshole that holds the gate all the time.
I gave it internally and on Ruby Unconf 2019. And I will be happy to do it again for you.
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