Title: Working Effectively with Ruby for Average Programmers
Tatsuhiro UJIHISA (ujihisa)
For software development with the Ruby programming language, this presentation will introduce the study of general productive programming methodology which is primary for ordinary programmers who usually write code simply based on empirical or academical knowledge. This presentation focuses on an environment supports a development particularly. This also shows the advantages powered by Vim by a live coding. Keywords: IDE, Opportunistic Programming, Functional Languages, Grass, Live Coding
July 18, 2009
Conference Room(1st Floor)
From Vancouver and Kansai. A preparatory student of a graduate university in the US.He has a master's degreen in Engineering in Osaka University.He has hosted a great number of workshop for programmers include Vim workshop and LiveCoding.Currently he is learning English.He often use Ruby and Vim.He is interested in improvements of development environments as human interfaces.