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From 19:00, the main entrance of the building is locked. Please use the back entrance (裏手 in Japanese, see this picture of it).
The back entrance will be locked from 8pm onwards, so please be sure to show up before then. If you don't make it on time, you can use our contact form, and we'll unlock it for you. Please note that we might take some time before we can respond.
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Ever ended up slightly (or very) frustrated trying to use Rails controllers to build clear and understandable API endpoints? If so, this talk is for you. If not, this talk is for you anyways because you'll know what to do when it happens.
Grape is a framework for creating RESTful APIs in Ruby that can run on Rack or integrate cleanly into other frameworks like Rails or Sinatra. It's easy to use, provides super convenient parameter validation, error handling, and lots of other functionality to help you build maintainable and extendable REST APIs. This talk will give an introduction to using Grape with and without Rails and provide some examples to put you right on track to start building your own API with Grape.
Laura is a web developer living in Tokyo. One of her favorite pastimes is learning something new, be it a technology, a language or anything else. When she’s not busy coding, you can usually find her reading things, making things, climbing on or jumping over things, or trying out another martial art.
The next minor version of Ruby on Rails is right around the corner! Let's look at those new features that are coming in the next few weeks to Rails 5.2, and sneak peek into those new features that will come in Rails 6.0, the next major release of Rails.
Prem (@sikachu) is a Ruby Web Developer at Cookpad. He started using Ruby on Rails since 2007 and started contributing back to open source projects in 2009. Since then, he has given a few talks at several conferences around the world.
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PIXTA's engineers use Ruby on Rails to build their stock photo marketplace, and are looking for developers to join their team. You can learn more about what they're working on through their engineering blog.
Tokyo Rubyist Meetup (trbmeetup) is an event that seeks to help bridge the Japan and international ruby and ruby on rails community. It will hold regular meetings where Japanese Rubyists can commun...Join community