Simple and Beautiful Rails Code w/ Functional Style

Attila Domokos is coming back to give us a preview of his Codemash talk for 2013!

Do you have to look at Rails models with 1400 lines of code? Or an 80 line method loaded with iterators, conditionals and instance variables? Not only you, but even the code author does not understand what's going on in there. I'll show you how you can craft simple and beautiful Rails application by adopting functional programming inspired ideas. Say good bye to the mess you have by constructing tiny classes and functions that you can use to build up a complex system.

This meetup will be in the new room again at the Business and Entrepreneurial Studies Building (M), room M101.  I finally figured out how to put the location information on the repeating meetings, so it should be there from now on.

Canton Software Craftsmanship is a community event for software developers to get together and hone their craft.  Events will involve hands-on coding, speakers, and community involvement.

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  • Brandon J.

    Attila put together a really cool talk about how he progressively refactored a Rails application using Flog as a tool to measure complexity during the progress.

    December 4, 2012

  • Joel B.

    Thanks Attila for coming out to Canton to show us some Beautiful Rails code! Also, I forgot to bring it up last night but Atilla sort of mentioned a Code Retreat earlier this year at LeanDog. This Saturday 150+ cities around the world will be participating in a Global Day of Code Retreat. If you are interested, there are still a few seats left at @LeanDog. I'd love to see you guys there! Register at the link below

    December 4, 2012

  • Brandon J.

    I'll be giving away a book tonight courtesy of O'Reilly. "Learning Rails 3"

    December 3, 2012

  • Josh G.

    Not going to make it this month. I hope to join you all again soon, probably next month.

    December 3, 2012

  • Brandon J.

    Just talked to Attila. We are good for Monday!

    1 · November 30, 2012

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