Emily is an Engineer / Evangelist with the 10gen MongoDB Ruby driver team and an adjunct faculty at Columbia University. Before joining 10gen, Emily worked as a Ruby on Rails developer at a NYC startup but her history with Rails goes back to a research project at Paris’ Louvre Museum. In addition to enjoying programming and art, Emily likes to travel and run when not teaching Rails in her free time.
Open Source Bridge 2013 Birds of a Feather
Open Source Bridge 2013
Sessions for this user
When I was asked to teach Ruby on Rails at Columbia University I observed that a significant number of the skills required to become a successful professional in the industry are acquired on the job and aren’t being taught in school.
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As the nature of building software evolves to favor agile development, the infrastructure programmers rely on must also change. This presentation will walk through the advantages of a document database using a Rails app backed by MongoDB as an example.
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