[LRUG] What are you working on?

Lorenzo Barasti lorenzo.barasti at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 07:15:03 PDT 2020

Hi James,

I'd be happy to prepare a short talk on concurrency comparing Ruby's
experimental Ractors
<https://github.com/ruby/ruby/blob/master/doc/ractor.md> to Crystal's Fibers
If someone is interested in looking into Ractors, I'd be keen on *teaming
up* to prepare and deliver the talk - *first-time speakers welcome*!

No problem if the slot has been filled already,


On Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 11:36 AM James Adam <james at lazyatom.com> wrote:

> Hey folks,
> Our November meeting is scheduled for Monday 9th, and (you’ve guessed it)
> we’re still looking for a few people to give presentations. Can anyone help
> us out?
> You don’t need to be an expert to talk, nor do talks need to be about the
> latest and greatest shiniest thing in the Ruby world. Chances are anything
> that you’ve spent a little bit of time on recently has some aspects that
> would be interesting to other people.
> If you’ve got even the smallest inkling, email us at talks at lrug.org and
> we can work together to see if there’s a talk in there that you’d be happy
> to give.
> Thanks, and have a great week!
> — James & the LRUG Organisers
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