March Meetup 2024

hosteado por Tobias Pfeiffer en Babbel www.babbel.com, 07.03.2024 a las 19:00

Attention: The map below may display the wrong position of the venue on the street - open in google maps to see the correct position. There's a screenshot further down of where the "real" location is.

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

Schedule

(estimated)

18:30 Doors Open, snacks and get together

19:00 Intro & first Talk

~19:30 Break

~20:00 2nd talk

~ 20:30 Lightning Talks (5 mins each)

Finding the way

Attention: The map below may display the wrong position of the venue on the street - open in google maps to see the correct position. There's a screenshot further down of where the "real" location is.

At the entrance gate, it should be open, and they should walk directly straight to the main courtyard where you will see a sign about the event.

babbel location

Food & Drinks

Options will all be vegetarian or vegan and it'll be quite varied! Such as, whole wheat sandwiches with avocado creme and grilled mushrooms, and/or other vegetables, mini vegan burgers alongside skewers with fried halloumi or falafel with tomatoes.

Health & Safety

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

Temas

Laziness-driven development

"The quality that makes you go to great effort to reduce overall energy expenditure. It makes you write labor-saving programs that other people will find useful, and then document what you wrote so you don’t have to answer so many questions about it. Hence, the first great virtue of a programmer."
Source: Perl Glossary

Laziness-driven development is a set of rules that might help anyone to harness great power of laziness to create better software. Some of these rules are obvious, some might be controversial, but they all are based on personal experience and serve me well for many years already.

Refactoring a large open source app: Take promotions out of Solidus

Applying promotions in Solidus, a rather large open-source e-commerce framework, is a bit buggy. The bugs are hard to fix, because backwards-compatibility is a big concern in the community and deprecation cycles can last years. This talk documents the process of fixing the promotion system within Solidus by first re-writing it as a gem, then finding the seams, then extracting the original promotion system into another gem, then making the two gems interchangeable. I hope it's fun to watch.

Participantes: (40)

Søren Houen
Eventos: 6
Temas: 2

Nidhin Damodaran
Eventos: 2
Temas: 0

RKushnir
Eventos: 29
Temas: 0

Waleri
Eventos: 2
Temas: 0

Garllon
Eventos: 12
Temas: 0

Arthur Moreira
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Michael Emhofer
Eventos: 16
Temas: 0

Phillip Trautmann
Eventos: 3
Temas: 1

Vlad
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Christoph Sassenberg
Eventos: 20
Temas: 0

Victoria Baron
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Semih Serhat Karakaya
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Evgenia Gertsovskaya
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Kasper König
Eventos: 10
Temas: 2

Filipo Mór
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

dgimb89
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Max Power
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Jadwiga
Eventos: 3
Temas: 0

Krishna Kumar
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

kaja
Eventos: 34
Temas: 1

Noel Vaughn
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Artyom
Eventos: 2
Temas: 0

Organizer

Tobias Pfeiffer
Eventos: 101
Temas: 15

Rafał Cymerys
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Thomas Carney
Eventos: 4
Temas: 0

Andrew Erlanger
Eventos: 3
Temas: 0

WeiHsi Hu
Eventos: 4
Temas: 0

Lara Klemme
Eventos: 4
Temas: 0

Dennis H.
Eventos: 33
Temas: 1

Katja Efremova
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Organizer

Amr Abdelwahab(عمرو)
Eventos: 30
Temas: 5

Nick Yashin
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Tiago Teixeira
Eventos: 13
Temas: 0

Saroj Maharjan
Eventos: 6
Temas: 0

Mohnish G J
Eventos: 8
Temas: 1

MiLi
Eventos: 2
Temas: 0

manishpaulsimon
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Benedikt Voigt
Eventos: 3
Temas: 2

Muhammad Akif Ateef
Eventos: 1
Temas: 0

Alex Jahraus
Eventos: 9
Temas: 0

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