Second day of Rubyconf (for most people; first day for me, unfortunately) is done, and that includes my talk, “All I Need to Know* I Learned by Writing My Own Web Framework (* about Ruby and the web).” This talk was a little different for meâ€”it’s something that I’ve thought about for a while, but the titular framework has been competing for my attention for quite a while (with the Rails Rumble, the US elections, and any number of other events). Over the last few weeks, I’ve been able to devote more and more attention to it, and the results (both code and presentation) pretty much came to fruition today.
I think the presentation went pretty well, all toldâ€”not my best presentation, but far from my worst. Importantly, I got some good feedback, and am excited to continue working on this topic. If you’re interested in seeing what this is all about, the code lives (or will eventually live) at GitHub, and my slides are here: