A Rubyist life in London

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March 16, 2013
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A Rubyist life in London

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Makoto Inoue

March 16, 2013
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  1. A Rubyist life in London @makoto_inoue

  2. Me 2004 2013

  3. How do you get a visa? • working visa •

    highly skilled migration program • *spouse visa • working holiday visa
  4. Me 2004 2013 2006 2008 2010 2011 2012

  5. Rails is a follower (dRuby Conf 2012) http://blog.new-bamboo.co.uk/2012/11/21/drubyconf-2012

  6. None
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  10. Topics • community • company • business • Rubyist and

    Japanese
  11. Community

  12. LRUG (London Ruby User Group)

  13. WIN EL RUG??? Voted by collective silliness(ू߹۪)* * http://interblah.net/lrug-logostrosity

  14. LRUG Videos recorded by skillsmatter.com

  15. LRUG Feburary: Pecha Kucha Night

  16. London Job Market Permanent (via itjobswatch.co.uk) £47,500/y x y130/£ =

    600ສԁ
  17. London Job Market Contract £400/d x 200 days/y x y130/£

    = Ұઍສԁ
  18. Company

  19. New Bamboo coderwall ranking

  20. New Bamboo coderwall ranking

  21. Bambinos

  22. Bambinos

  23. benpickles peity

  24. markevans dragonfly

  25. olivernn lunr.js

  26. Benkyo Player @makoto_inoue & @olivernn

  27. New Bamboo Kitchen

  28. New Bamboo Gym

  29. New Bamboo Talk@2

  30. New Bamboo ping - pong table

  31. New Bamboo Real Time Ranking System

  32. New Bamboo Real Time Ranking System

  33. TrueStory Build your own tools

  34. Mandays Schedule Assignment

  35. Mandays Non fixed contracts

  36. Mandays Job Rotation

  37. Mandays Batman

  38. BatMan

  39. Mandays Flexible Schedule

  40. Mandays Schedule Assignment Master Apprentice http://jigoku.nameplate.clear-code.com

  41. Hotleads Leads(ݟࠐΈ٬) Voting System

  42. Hotleads Leads Voting System

  43. Hotleads Leads Voting System

  44. Leads we love Types of leads • Cool/New/Interesting Tech •

    High Profile/Brands • Strong Business
  45. Leads we don’t love Types of leads • Ethically questionable

    • Yet Another CRM • Coding Monkey
  46. Leads we don’t love Our comments “ I don't think

    we want to be associated with the dodgy (͍͔͕Θ͍͠) end of the market.”
  47. Leads we don’t love Our comments “ basic CRM sounds

    pretty dull”
  48. Leads we don’t love Our comments “I don't want to

    be an ‘elastic’(شൃత) resource.”
  49. Business

  50. Tender (ڝ૪ೖࡳ)

  51. gov.uk On Github

  52. gov.uk Actual commits

  53. gov.uk Actual commits

  54. FAQ From Clients • Why Ruby On Rails? • Does

    Rails Scale?
  55. Why (Ruby On) Rails ?

  56. Why Ruby (On Rails) ? RubyΛΩϝΔͱؾ͍͍࣋ͪ

  57. Why Ruby (On Rails) ? Rails Eco System (Don’t reinvent

    the wheel)
  58. Why Ruby (On Rails) ? Agility (especially for enterprise)

  59. Why Ruby (On Rails) ? *ava n*de p*p Rails

  60. Why Ruby (On Rails) ? *ava n*de Rails Rails

  61. Does Rails Scale?

  62. Rubyist and Japanese Any Advantages as a Japanese Rubyist?

  63. Any Advantages as a Japanese Rubyist? • Accessibility to Japanese

    Ruby Resource • Translated a book • Translating Rubima articles
  64. Rubima

  65. Rubyists know English Very Well • Especially Grammar • But

    not much stamina to write long sentences • But, I won’t say “Let’s write broken English”
  66. ๻ͷ஌͍ͬͯΔൣғͰ͸ɺԤถͷRubyistsͰӳޠ ͷਖ਼֬ੑΛؾʹ͢Δਓ͸ͦΜͳʹ͍ͳ͍Ͱ͢ɻ ΄ͱΜͲͷਓ͸ɺGoogle TranslateΑΓ΋ྑ͍৘ ใ͕ɺૣ͘खʹೖΕ͹ͱͯ΋͏Ε͍͠ͱࢥͬͯ ͍Δ͙Β͍ͳͷͰɺͦΜͳʹؾʹ͢Δඞཁ͸ͳ ͍ͱࢥ͍·͢ɻ @ono says

  67. Let’s write “Boring” Japanese ʮͭ·Βͳ͍೔ຊޠʯͷ͢͢Ί For Google Translate • No

    “Sorry” • No sidetracks (୤ઢͳ͠) • Less jokes
  68. Example ܹͦͯ͠ಈͷ10݄

  69. Example

  70. Example 10݄ʹ͸commit͕ͨ͘͞ Μ͋Γ·ͨ͠

  71. Example

  72. Thank You