• Ruby Meetup - March 2020

    Online-Event

    Happy Spring Frankfurt Rubyists, the second meetup of the decade will happen remotely using Zoom. Come join us at http://live.christianbaeuerlein.com on the evening of the event! ----- ⭐️ Talks ⭐️ Christian Bäuerlein wants to talk about The Lost Art of Single File Ruby Programs (See also https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks/issues/16) 🙋‍♀️ Proposals 🙋‍♂️ If you'd like to give a talk on the next meeting or this, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal. Or send us a message, or an email. Or just give the talk as a lightning talk!

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  • Ruby Meetup - January 2020

    CargoSteps GmbH & Co. KG

    Happy New Year Frankfurt Rubyists, the first meetup of the decade is happening soon. We'll be meeting on January, 30 in the offices of CargoSteps. They were kind enough to host us for a nice evening with talks, conversations, as well as food and drinks. ⭐️ Talks ⭐️ Konstantin Flitschew will give a presentation titled “Racing Capybara, Puma and Chrome for Testing” 🙋‍♀️ Proposals 🙋‍♂️ If you'd like to give a talk on the next meeting, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

  • Ruby Meetup - November 2019

    creditshelf Aktiengesellschaft

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, our final meetup for this year is happening soon. This time, creditshelf was kind enough to host us for a nice evening with talks, conversations, as well as food and drinks. ⭐️ Special Guest: Thijs Cadier of AppSignal ⭐️ As a special guest, Thijs Cadier of AppSignal will join us from Amsterdam, Netherlands. He'll give a talk about Scaling AppSignal and he'll be around for questions and discussions. --- If you'd like to give a talk on the next meeting, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

  • Ruby Meetup - September 2019

    ioki

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, September Ruby Meetup is upcoming. If you'd like to give a talk on the next meeting, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

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  • Ruby Meetup - Juli 2019

    CrowdDesk GmbH

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, after our summer break, it's time to meet up again. The fine people of CrowdDesk are nice enough to host us this time. So let's meet up at the Baseler Straße for some Ruby Talks and Pizza. Talks: - Florian will show us some vim tricks for optimizing the workflow for rails projects, and also would like to start a discussion about your best practices) - https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks/issues/9 After the talks we will have time to enjoy some cold drinks on the rooftop of the CrowdDesk offices. --- If you'd like to give a talk on the next meeting, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

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  • Ruby Meetup - März 2019

    creditshelf Aktiengesellschaft

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, wow, those 2 months fly by really quickly. It's time for the march meetup! This time we will meet on March 28th at the creditshelf offices at Mainzer Landstraße 33a. Thanks to Nico and creditshelf for hosting! Timo Sulg will Talk about the DRY.rb ecosystem and how to implement "Pizza as a Service" using 5 of the offered gems (https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks/issues/5) There's still room for another talk. If you'd like to give one, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

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  • Ruby Meetup - Januar 2019

    ioki

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, I hope you all had a good start into 2019. It's already time for the next meetup. We will be hosted again by ioki, so I hope to see you all at the Welle. Stefan Wintermeyer has prepared a talk comparing "Ruby - Phoenix - Hanami" for RubyFuza in South Africa (https://www.rubyfuza.org) in February. He has kindly agreed to give us a sneak peek and get some feedback before taking it to the big stage. Florian Posdziech will tell us about "RSpec for pytest lovers" where he describes what he as a former python developer is missing in RSpec. (https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks/issues/7). If you want to give a talk at one of the upcoming meetings, head over to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks and look for requests or add your own proposal.

  • Ruby Meetup #8

    Drooms GmbH

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, for the last time in 2018, we will meet up. This time we are hosted by drooms! Thanks to the team there for providing a location, food and drinks. As a first talk, Christian Bäuerlein (@fabrik42) will talk about Rails API applications. We still have room for talks, please contribute on the GitHub Issue Tracker. For talks & proposals, please go to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks

  • Ruby Meetup #7

    Clark Germany - Sales Office

    Hello Frankfurt Rubyists, after the Summer Break it's time to meet again. This time we will be hosted by Clark Germany at their offices in Goethestraße 8. * Luka will report from EuRuKo 2018 in Vienna. * Nikita will talk about RemoteRuby - running ruby code on remote machines from local scripts Other talks will be announced soon ;) We are looking forward to meet you all! For talks & proposals, please go to https://github.com/ruby-frankfurt/talks

  • Ruby Meetup #6 - May 2018

    creditshelf GmbH

    According to our new schedule we continue with our by-monthly meetup schedule. This time we are hosted by creditshelf. --- TALKS: Klaus Zanders (@klaustopher) - A small introduction into GDPR, and what you should do for your side project. Option: Watch "Exploding Rails" by Ryan Bigg and discuss. We have 1 large Talk Slot and Room for up to 2 lightning talks. If you want to give a talk, write to [masked]

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