RubyConf 2012 Links to Follow Up On

Posted on 28 Nov 2012 by Eric Oestrich

This post was originally published on the SmartLogic Blog.

RubyConf 2012....so many Links!

At RubyConf, there's so much more to dig into after every session. From apps, to people, to blog posts, I started to keep tracks of links I'd like to follow up on after the conference. I thought I'd share them here, for everyone's reference. I'm updating from the conference, as quickly as I can manage.

Please feel free to comment if you'd like to add a link to the list.

From Day 1:

  1. Rubinius : Use Ruby
  2. odrk-http-client/perf/bm.rb at master - asakusarb/odrk-http-client
  3. Ruby HTTP clients features 2012nahi/httpclient
  4. MagLev
  5. Refinements in Ruby - Timeless
  6. Librato Metrics
  7. Home | Metrics
  8. Operational Intelligence, Log Management, Application Management, Enterprise Security and Compliance | Splunk
  9. amatsuda/rspec-refinements - GitHub
  10. eric/metriks
  11. Code Climate. Hosted static analysis for Ruby source code.
  12. RubySpec: The Standard You Trust
  13. Jesse Storimer

 

From Day 2:

  1. The Pragmatic Bookshelf | The dRuby Book
  2. tenderlove/tusk
  3. Improve your Code Quality at RubyConf 2012
  4. Celluloid: Actor-based Concurrent Objects for Ruby
  5. Ruby, Rails, DCI and OOP. Don't just make abstractions, write clean, intention-revealing Ruby. Clean Ruby by Jim Gay teaches about OOP, DCI, and more!
  6. Ruby Under a Microscope - Pat Shaughnessy
  7. Unlimited Novelty
  8. 37signals/sub
  9. tdiary (tDiary)
  10. T by sferik
  11. Schneems - UT on Rails
  12. Resque Triage
  13. josephwilk/creative-machine
  14. burtlo/metro

 

From Day 3:

  1. Videos - WindyCityRails
  2. Gosu, 2D game development library
  3. Sikuli Script - Home
  4. tenderlove/racc

 

Reach out on Twitter @ericoestrich if you'd like to catch up at RubyConf, or ask a question about any of these links.

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