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Rails Unplugged

Our applications are becoming increasingly dependent on outside sources. We are consuming both internal and external APIs but does that mean we have to write custom wrappers in each new application? Do we need to abandon the ActiveRecord DSL? How do we isolate our test suite from dependencies? In Rails Unplugged, Johnny Winn will look at solutions to answer these questions and build well-crafted applications using tools like ActiveResource, Mock5, & Mocaroni.

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  • Micah C.

    Hey all, We have a change in topic tonight. Instead of Johnny talking on Remote dependencies, We have Yevgeniy Goyfman talking on Queuing; which is very useful. And if we have time, we'll be going through our RubyJax collaborative app. Sorry for the late change notice.

    2 · August 14, 2014

  • David

    Wish I could make this but my coworker is also presenting the same night in Orlando at ORUG:

    August 4, 2014

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