Toronto Ruby: Dirty little secret about testing, Ruby object model & 10 Tips

Toronto Ruby Brigade
15-16 Mar 2011 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Toronto, CA

My dirty little secret about testing

Kent Fenwick will be talking about pragmatic approaches to testing and why you don't have to test all the time. He will be using real life examples from his thesis, startups and side projects.

Ruby Object Model
Thuva Tharma will be giving an informative Ruby talk about the object model and how it works.

10 Things every Ruby Programmer needs to know
Nicholas Mulder will be presenting a collection of Ruby gotcha's and optimizations that you'll likely to come across at some point in your Ruby life.

Someone will be downstairs at the doors around 6:50pm to start letting people in at 99 Atlantic Ave. The first talk will begin at 7:15pm.

The Toronto Ruby Brigade is also looking for a sponsor to help with refreshment costs. Contact [email protected] if you or your company is interested.

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