RubyConf

Proposals
2020
2018

Branch in Time - Tekin Suleyman - Accepted

Cache is King: Get the Most Bang for Your Buck From Ruby - Molly Struve - Accepted

High-speed cables for Ruby - Vladimir Dementyev - Accepted

The Case of the Missing Method — A Ruby Mystery Story - Nadia Odunayo - Accepted

Creating a near real-time data processor in ruby - Espartaco Palma - Rejected

Improving performance, the poor folks trick - Espartaco Palma - Rejected

Metaprogramming inside: am I method_missing something? - Vladimir Dementyev - Rejected

2017

Human Errors - Olivier Lacan - Accepted

The Impermanence of Software - Andy Croll - Accepted

The Unbearable Vulnerability of Open Source - Eileen Uchitelle - Accepted

Crawling Horrors: Fix and Future-Proof Your Legacy Ruby Apps - Noah Gibbs - Rejected

Refactoring: Reek + Rubocop - Espartaco Palma - Rejected

This Code Sucks — A Story About Nonviolent Communication - Nadia Odunayo - Rejected

2015

How to Crash an Airplane - Nickolas Means - Accepted

Pluck It - Adam Cuppy - Accepted

2014

A Lever for the Mind - Tom Stuart - Accepted

Polishing Ruby - Olivier Lacan - Accepted

Rapidly Mapping API Schemas in Ruby - Adam Cuppy - Accepted

2011

Confident Code - Avdi Grimm - Rejected