Workshops

It can be difficult to connect the dots between what you learn at a conference and practical application. Attend one of our workshops to bridge that gap with hands-on practice and learning. Unlike our regular sessions, workshops vary in length: from 90 minutes up to 3 hours. The length of a particular workshop will be indicated on our schedule.

If you plan on attending any of our Workshop sessions, please take a moment to register using the links emailed to you in your pre-conf attendee email.

Learn how to build an API-backed mobile app with RubyMotion

Getting started with mobile app development is now easier than ever, thanks to recent advancements in the RubyMotion community. In this session, you will learn about RedPotion, a framework known as the "Rails of iOS development", learn how to build a "mobile-friendly" API, and how to consume that API from a mobile app.

Allan Espinosa

Allan Espinosa works at Engine Yard where he supports Rails applications in production. He is a language polyglot with experience building and operating PaaS systems like Engine Yard's, Deis, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry and Docker.

Learn how to build an API-backed mobile app with RubyMotion

Getting started with mobile app development is now easier than ever, thanks to recent advancements in the RubyMotion community. In this session, you will learn about RedPotion, a framework known as the "Rails of iOS development", learn how to build a "mobile-friendly" API, and how to consume that API from a mobile app.

Allan Espinosa

Allan Espinosa works at Engine Yard where he supports Rails applications in production. He is a language polyglot with experience building and operating PaaS systems like Engine Yard's, Deis, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry and Docker.

Learn how to build an API-backed mobile app with RubyMotion

Getting started with mobile app development is now easier than ever, thanks to recent advancements in the RubyMotion community. In this session, you will learn about RedPotion, a framework known as the "Rails of iOS development", learn how to build a "mobile-friendly" API, and how to consume that API from a mobile app.

Allan Espinosa

Allan Espinosa works at Engine Yard where he supports Rails applications in production. He is a language polyglot with experience building and operating PaaS systems like Engine Yard's, Deis, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry and Docker.

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