What we're about

NYC.rb is the place for new and experienced Ruby and Rails programmers in New York City.

MEETUPS

We meet on the second Wednesday of the month.

FORMAT

Currently, we are meeting on Zoom. The details are included when you RSVP: Yes to the meeting.

TALK SUBMISSION

Submit a talk proposal as a github issue here (https://github.com/nycrb/devpunks/issues). You can do it!!!

Upcoming events (4+)

Francis Hwang on OpenTelemetry

Online event

Abstract
You may have heard of OpenTelemetry: It's the new observability framework used by Heroku, GitHub, Shopify, and others. But what the heck is an observability framework? What problems does OpenTelemetry solve? Who is it for? And why does it seem so complicated? This will be a high-level introduction to OpenTelemetry from a Rubyists' perspective, with special attention given to who is currently getting value from it, and ways you could consider adopting it at your organization.

Bio
Francis Hwang is an independent software architect and process consultant. He's the founder of NYC.rb and a founding organizer of Gotham Ruby Conference.

Agenda
(all in Eastern Time zone)
- 5:30pm Meeting start, welcome
- 5:40pm First time attendees introductions, ice breaker
- 6:00pm Speaker start
- 7:00pm Jobs & Hiring Announcements
- group chit-chat/networking

NYC.rb Event

Online event

Talk Abstract

Speaker Bio

Agenda
(all in Eastern Time zone)
- 5:30pm Meeting start, welcome
- 5:40pm First time attendees introductions, ice breaker
- 6:00pm Speaker start
- 7:00pm Jobs & Hiring Announcements

NYC.rb Event

Online event

Talk Abstract

Speaker Bio

Agenda
(all in Eastern Time zone)
- 5:30pm Meeting start, welcome
- 5:40pm First time attendees introductions, ice breaker
- 6:00pm Speaker start
- 7:00pm Jobs & Hiring Announcements

NYC.rb Event

Online event

Talk Abstract

Speaker Bio

Agenda
(all in Eastern Time zone)
- 5:30pm Meeting start, welcome
- 5:40pm First time attendees introductions, ice breaker
- 6:00pm Speaker start
- 7:00pm Jobs & Hiring Announcements

Past events (155)

Mike Rogers on Seeding Data in Ruby on Rails

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