Videos tagged with oreilly media


Velocity 09: Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, "On Responsiveness"

Velocity 09: Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, "On Responsiveness"

Posted in Web Technologies, Development

Ben and Dion share thoughts on the role responsiveness plays in crafting compelling user experiences, including a discussion of how HTML 5 and modern browsers change the game. Ben Galbraith Mozilla Ben Galbraith is the co-director of Developer Tools at Mozilla. Ben has long juggled interests in both business and tech, having written his first computer program at six years old, started...

Tags: Scalability, HTML, Web, HTML5, Browsers, Performance, Development, oreilly media, Velocity 2009



Velocity 09: Philip Dixon, "Shopzilla's Site Redo - You Get What You Measure"

Velocity 09: Philip Dixon, "Shopzilla's Site Redo - You Get What You Measure"

Posted in Development

Founded in 1996, Shopzilla is a leading comparison shopping service. The company’s mission is to enable shoppers to quickly and easily find compare and buy anything, sold by virtually anyone, anywhere. Each month, Shopzilla connects millions of consumers with thousands of stores. On Cyber Monday 2008, Shopzilla was proud to be ranked by ComScore as the #1 Comparison Shopping Engine and #1...

Tags: Scalability, Performance, Development, oreilly media, Velocity 2009, Shopzilla


Velocity 09: John Busch, "The DNA of Next-generation Data Centers"

Velocity 09: John Busch, "The DNA of Next-generation Data Centers"

Posted in Web Technologies, Conferences

Today’s data-intensive Web 2.0 and cloud computing data centers face soaring costs and data growth. But advances in flash memory, multi-core processors, and low-latency interconnect have failed to address these mounting challenges. Learn how next-generation data access appliances integrate these new technologies to enable growth and cut costs. John Busch Schooner Information Technology Dr...

Tags: Web 2.0, Conferences, Technologies, Scalability, Performance, oreilly media, Velocity 2009


Velocity 09: Alistair Croll

Velocity 09: Alistair Croll

Posted in Conferences, Development

Alistair Croll Bitcurrent Alistair is a principal at analyst firm Bitcurrent, and a frequent contributor to the GigaOm family of sites. Prior to Bitcurrent, Alistair co-founded Coradiant, a leader in online user monitoring, as well as research firm Networkshop. He has held product management positions with 3Com Corporation, Primary Access, and Eicon Technology. Alistair has ...

Tags: Conferences, Scalability, Performance, Development, oreilly media, Velocity 2009


RailsConf 09: Rails Core Panel

RailsConf 09: Rails Core Panel

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

Q&A with the core developers of Rails. Your questions; their answers. DAVID HEINEMEIER HANSSON 37signals David Heinemeier Hansson is a programmer and evangelist of Less Software. He’s the creator of applications like Instiki, Basecamp, and Ta-da, and works with the open source community and design extraordinaires 37signals. Since its release in late July 2004, he’s also been lea...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Open-Source, Development, oreilly media, RailsConf 2009



RailsConf 09: What Killed Smalltalk Could Kill Ruby, Too

RailsConf 09: What Killed Smalltalk Could Kill Ruby, Too

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

Keynote by Bob Martin, Object Mentor, Inc. ROBERT MARTIN Object Mentor Inc. Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) has been a software professional since 1970 and is founder and president of Object Mentor Inc., in Gurnee, Illinois. Object Mentor, Inc., is an international firm of highly experienced software developers and managers who specialize in helping companies get their projects done. Object Mentor...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Open-Source, Development, oreilly media, RailsConf 2009


RailsConf 09: How to become a famous Rails Developer, Ruby Rockstar or Code Ninja

RailsConf 09: How to become a famous Rails Developer, Ruby Rockstar or Code Ninja

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

Chris Wanstrath (GitHub) "How to become a famous Rails Developer, Ruby Rockstar or Code Ninja" Created by RailsConf CHRIS WANSTRATH GitHub CNET => Err the Blog => GitHub Chris Wanstrath lives in San Francisco and freaking loves Ruby. He writes for Err the Blog, works at Err Free, keeps in touch using FamSpam, and uses GitHub for everything else.  

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Open-Source, Development, oreilly media, RailsConf 2009


RailsConf 09: Agility in Deployment - Rails in the Cloud

RailsConf 09: Agility in Deployment - Rails in the Cloud

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

The ability to release early and often becomes more important as your product scales. With Engine Yard Flex, we’ll demonstrate creating ‘One Button’ deployments that scale. We’ll demonstrate building a high-volume Rails cluster and show how easy it is to create a ‘Clone of Production’ to test at scale. JON CROSBY Engine Yard Jon Crosby is a San Francisco...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Open-Source, Development, oreilly media, RailsConf 2009



RailsConf 09: The 4-Hour Work Week

RailsConf 09: The 4-Hour Work Week

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

Keynote by Tim Ferriss, author of the Four Hour Work-Week. TIMOTHY FERRISS The 4-hour Workweek Serial entrepreneur and ultravagabond Timothy Ferriss is author of the #1 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and BusinessWeek bestseller, The 4-Hour Workweek. He has been featured by dozens of media, including The New York Times, The Economist, TIME, National Geographic Traveler, CNN, CBS,...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Open-Source, Development, oreilly media, RailsConf 2009