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A presentation I gave on http://2007.rubyenrails.nl about how we did Rails in Wakoopa (http://wakoopa.com/)

A presentation I gave on http://2007.rubyenrails.nl about how we did Rails in Wakoopa (http://wakoopa.com/)

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    How we did RoR in Wakoopa How we did RoR in Wakoopa Presentation Transcript

      • Robert Gaal
    •  
    • “What do you use?”
      • Social network for software
    • How?
      • Install a tracker
      • Check out your profile
      • Share your experiences
      • Get updated
      • Discover new things
      • -> Go to 2
    •  
    • So...?
      • Over 6.000 users the first month
      • 9.4 million hours of software usage
      • Digged, TechCrunched, newspapered, etc.
      • Nominated for Businessweek’s Europe's Young Entrepreneurs 2007
      • Our moms like it (because it’s ours)
      • Our friends love it (because they’re nerds)
    • RubyOnRails
      • “The geek equivalent of writing poetry”
    •  
    • No guarantees!
      • We’re helpless geeks, but we’re not perfect
    • ... that’s why we have Bradley
      • Rails Machine = developer nirvana
      • Staging (the sandbox / kitchen)
      • Database (the pwner)
      • Production (the butler)
      Three musketeers
    • Textmate & E
      • Greatest. Tools. Ever.
    • SVN, Capistrano & Trac
      • The holy trinity of deployment and maintenance
    • Pingdom, Mailroom & Clicky
      • A webapp a day, keeps the pain away
    • Caching, caching, caching
      • :expire for the win!
    • Request queue
      • Don’t choke Mongrel (even if you want to)
    • Asset packager
      • Squish it baby
    • Image server
      • Don’t bother Mongrel with the statics
    • Slow query log
      • Check them indexes and bypass ActiveRecord
    • When all fails:
      • [email_address]