[LRUG] [ANN] February lightning talks details

Murray Steele murray.steele at gmail.com
Fri Jan 29 03:45:35 PST 2021

Hi again,

We’ve got another two talks lined up.

* “An intro to Bridgetown: A static site generator for the modern JAMStack
era” by Ayush Newatia
* “Are we parallel yet? A first look at Ruby Ractors” by Lorenzo Barasti

More details on the website (or they will be once Travis CI deigns to run
the build): https://lrug.org/meetings/2021/february

As ever, there’s still room for more if any of you are interested.  Please
get in touch talks at lrug.org to volunteer.



On Mon, 25 Jan 2021 at 15:40, Murray Steele <murray.steele at lrug.org> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Our next meeting is our ever popular lightning talks one.  It’s on Monday
> 8th February, and as is the norm for remote we’ll open the zoom call at
> around 6:20pm, mute you all and kick off the meeting properly at 6:30ish
> and aim to be finished by 8pm.  You can hang out on the zoom call after
> that, if you’d like, to chat to any speakers and other attendees who are
> also able to hang out.
> Lined up already we have 3 talks:
> * “The Path(name) of least resistance” by Fred Cheung
> * “Uncovering some ruby magic in `awesome_print` by Mark Burns
> * “Taking Rails Offline” by Mike Rogers
> Slightly more details on each of these talks available at:
> https://lrug.org/meetings/2021/february/
> You’ll note that these 3 talks won’t take us anywhere close to 8pm even
> with monumental “are you on mute?", "no you’ve shared the presenter mode”,
> “stop streaming disney+ while you talk, your video’s really choppy" faff
> between each one.  So, that’s where you come in, we still have room for a
> few more 10 minute talks to fill out the meeting.  Some ideas if you’re
> stumped: “whistle stop tour of rails 6.1 new features” or “what’s new in
> ruby 3” or “10 minutes all about that one exciting api method in active
> record 6.1”, or any other 10 minutes of ruby you’d like to share.  Email
> talks at lrug.org if you have something and we’ll help you get it into shape.
> To attend you need to:
> 1. Read the code of conduct at http://readme.lrug.org/#code-of-conduct
> 2. Register at
> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lrug-february-2021-tickets-138172929953
> (spots on zoom are limited by our budget)
> 3. Remind yourself about the event via your own calendar
> 4. ‘Rrive in zoom at 6:20pm on Monday 8th ready to have a fun ruby time
> Cheers,
> Murray & the rest of the LRUG organising team
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