Chris Matthieu of Rubyology has posted the audio from my PRUG talk last week on building Ruby P2P apps with Journeta. Chris did an excellent editing job and the final product turned out very well! [iTunes] [Web]
Running Time: ~1:04
I’m happy to report that my session proposal on the Journeta P2P library has been accepted by the RubyConf 2008 selection committee; I’ll be presenting sometime between November 6th-8th in Orlando, Florida. Awesomely also, fellow hardcore OpenRain‘r Marc Chung has been accepted to speak on Ruby2Ruby.
This ups the pressure for OpenRain and the community to release some mind-warping Journeta applications before the conference. If you’re planning on developing a swanky new application with Journeta, please ping me for possible collaboration and/or inclusion into the session. And I thought yesterday’s live demo was suicidal… 🙂
Here (PDF , Keynote) are the slides from my Phoenix Ruby Users Group presentation yesterday on Ruby P2P Development with Journeta. Thanks a ton for the great audience. I’m extremely pleased that everyone seemed to “get it”, and even more so that the suicidal audience-interactive demo went well. Chris Matthieu has recorded the session for the Rubyology podcast, which will be available soon for free on iTunes and the web.
I’ll be presenting at the September 2008 Phoenix Ruby Users Group on Monday, September 8th, covering development of Ruby peer-to-peer applications using OpenRain‘s latest gem release, Journeta. Topics will include Ruby’s threading model, basic networking review, Journeta usage, and live demos. 6:30PM, here.
See you there!