ArangoDB at RubyConf 2013

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RubyConf is a yearly conference in the USA with people coming from all over the world to discuss about Ruby, Rails and related topics. Every year a different city hosts this conference – this year the conference took place in sunny Miami Beach. This year Dirk Breuer – the other main developer behind Guacamole – and I went there to learn from the speakers talking about a wide range of topics. Apart from the great talks there was a lot of opportunity to talk to Rubyists from entirely different areas like social networks or banking backend systems, the problems they face and the solutions they found for them. Of course there were a lot of people catching a sight of our ArangoDB shirts and coming towards us to ask about ArangoDB and the Ruby support. The question ranged from basic questions (“What is ArangoDB?”) to more involved questions about AQL for example. As always we were happy to answer all of them!

Main hall of RubyConf 2013

Main hall of RubyConf 2013

All videos from the conference are online now. The excellent keynote by Katie on the second day is not only interesting to Rubyists, but everyone enthusiastic about programming and especially teaching it. If you understand German and want to get more tips about which talks to watch, download episode 26 of Geekstammtisch where we discussed RubyConf.

About Lucas Dohmen

Lucas – as part of the core team – is the person behind the Ruby ArangoDB driver family, ArangoDB Foxx and parts of the graph functionality.