Speak Geek

Speak Geek

By Benedikt Deicke

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Rails Girls Frankfurt

March 16, 2013
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  1. Speak Geek Benedikt Deicke, RailsGirls Frankfurt, March 2013

  2. Foursquare: “Server code is written in Scala, running on the

    Lift web framework using Jetty as webserver. We front everything with Nginx, and use HAProxy in between. MongoDB handles most of our data storage needs (though a bit hasn't been migrated off PostgreSQL yet).“
  3. Bento Box

  4. ห౰ bento or bento box (ˈbɛntəʊ) a thin box, made

    of plastic or lacquered wood, divided into compartments which contain small separate dishes comprising a Japanese meal, esp. lunch
  5. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bento_at_Hanabishi,_Koyasan.jpg

  6. None
  7. Backend Frontend

  8. Ruby Python HTML CSS Django Redis MySQL Unicorn Puma PostgreSQL

    Java Play JavaScript Ajax XML DOM jQuery Ruby on Rails
  9. Real World Examples

  10. Artsy: “What you see when you go to Artsy is

    a website built with Backbone.js and written in CoffeeScript. It renders data from Ruby on Rails. Our data store is MongoDB, and we have some Redis instances.“
  11. Backbone.js CoffeeScript Redis MongoDB Ruby on Rails

  12. Foursquare: “Server code is written in Scala, running on the

    Lift web framework using Jetty as webserver. We front everything with Nginx, and use HAProxy in between. MongoDB handles most of our data storage needs (though a bit hasn't been migrated off PostgreSQL yet).“
  13. Lift Scala MongoDB Jetty PostgreSQL Nginx HAProxy

  14. Exercise

  15. #1 PHP #2 SaaS #3 RoR #4 HTML #5 Redis

    #6 Apache #7 CSS #8 Django #9 MySQL #10 Nginx Rules: Figure these out (search the web) and place on the bento box. There might be false friends. You have 5 minutes. Go!
  16. PHP RoR HTML CSS Django Redis MySQL Apache Nginx SaaS

  17. How many did you get right?