Attention: new Times! Doors open 18:00, talks start ~18:30

Is it really happening? Well, we hope so!

Let's gather again - in person and enjoy some talks and some drinks.

Schedule

(estimated)

18:00 Doors Open, snacks and get together

18:30 Talks begin, 2 Talks a ~20-30mins each

~19:30 Break

~20:00 1 Talk ~20-30mins

~20:30 Lightning Talks (5mins each)

Finding the way

There will be signs but in general:

  • it's in the first backyard , past the Concierge Coffee, the door is to the right
  • then up the stairs/ elevator to the 4th floor

Health & Safety

Be considerate of other people and their space and preferences. There is no mask mandate, but feel free to wear one.

Food & Drinks

Food and Drinks will be available at the venue courtesy of HeyJobs! First come first served. There will be a selection of vegan & vegetarian wraps, tartlets, rösti's, some meat options and other fingerfood.

Topics

A language built with third-party code reuse in mind

It’s unthinkable to build a piece of software without using existing libraries and frameworks.

But reusing code written by other people comes with risks. Can you trust the code written by others? Can you trust that the packages weren’t compromised somewhere along the road?

These are important questions, and increasingly important to answer satisfactorily. It’s the reason why supply-chain security is becoming more of a hot topic these days.

But this talk isn’t really about supply-chain security.

Instead, I want to ask the question: Can we create a language that facilitates safe code reuse, across an open-source ecosystem?

Node-red + ruby + ... = Fun workflows!

It's really easy to create a cool little ruby script that does something - query some API, scrape some website, transform some files, or even find a Bürgeramt appointment.

What is sometimes more tricky is organizing and running these ruby scripts. Even more troublesome is to hook them up the ever-increasing array of other technology that enables new and fancy things.

In order to get AI workflows running which needed some python scripts, but also use my own chatgpt-wrapper in ruby, I started using node-red to organize cool low-code flows that orchestrate everything.

I'd love to show off what I did, and what it can do!

eurucamp Reflection: The Diverse Limelight

A lot of talk happened recently about RailsConf trying to diversify its keynotes. I would like to give some insight into how talk selection works, how what RailsConf did is long overdue and how we - in all communities - can do better.

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Kasper König
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Florian Gilcher
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Stephen Sugden
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kaja
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yonatan miller
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Jonas Purmann
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Mikhail Kosivchenko
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Michael Emhofer
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Ricardo Trindade
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Aziz
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Denis Defreyne
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Christoph Grabo
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Joao Miranda
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Mohnish G J
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Martin Aschenbrenner
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Tim Kächele
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Azhir ahmadi
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Izabel Lima
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Robert Schulze
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Oleg Bovykin
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Tobias Bielohlawek
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Rojo
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Chikahiro Tokoro
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Michael Reinsch
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Lara Klemme
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Marc Lopez
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Dima Boyko
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Jalyna Schröder
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WeiHsi Hu
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Oleg Yakovenko
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Florian Görsdorf
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Josh Garth
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