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the time and and a a a the Riviera lords so that you guys a common we've got some great people to give some recognition to this kind of a quote that I think of embodies the spirit of the year awards this quote in case you're wondering is by the creepy photo of Abraham was actually I travel back in time to give you an amazing high resolution photo Abram Lincoln but that is actually that a here that we did the they were doing these review here awards redundant since 2008 edition wondering who won the last year and here's the people that we gave away these awards last year some of them you probably know so the man here I 2013 we had 8 heroes
we should point this it and then well we have a bunch before it was really interesting about some of these people you probably recognize some of them but at the time when they got the award they weren't nearly as well known as they are now they were working hard for the betterment of the community the right a lot of these people work on projects that you might not even realize that you use the gallery down there and you have all these stacks of pieces of open source that you use in your software sits at the top so a lot of the contributed to all these little invisible pieces but why do we do the remedial works well a while back I 1st started the real which turned into the repeated 5 podcast ascetic curiosity here's listen to the B 5 populations are you guys are awesome thank you thank you for listening so at 5 like guess we cover the latest news the region nearly twice a week is also a mailing list if you don't like listening but in doing these podcasting have you do it for a while at the start to realize there's somebody same people a pop up
week after week they're doing Open they're doing blog posts continuously helping people without any urged to get any recognition from and so in doing that we realized what if we could find some way to give these people some recognition we realize so then maybe we should create some awards to give some of these people that continuously work hard for the betterment of all so remedial works out of a couple of months ago we put up put up there for nominations as we do every year we got 397 nominations this year pretty dead and you can just nominate somebody you actually have to type something out as to why they deserve and so what we do is we take those nominations and we bring them to be 44 past heroes as we don't want to be a popularity contest in the safe here heroes here are the people that people got nominated and here's some of the reasons and 1 of you guys nominee who you think and so we kind of do that they nominate who they think is at the top we deserves recognition and that's how we come up with 6 new really heroes so we have around 5 should be here today monsters that it's so with a hominid over to the to to preserve the rest of little and over and so I know the logical look at code metrics and contribution metrics and this is actually the 6 years and 1 thing we want you to realize that it's not all about code that you don't have to contribute code to be a useful amazing member of this community to remember that it's not just about that we would like to take a 2nd to think through the central and all the really wonderful people that make it out to resist offers allow us to do this and also to everyone who took the time to vote and say nice things about people who helped them make software that they use our and a little quick note that we actually do this to explore of putting together we actually spend the time to put this website making make his beautiful little trophies over there and something else that you might hear about later on and this is the kind of stuff that we do on and to help new people join the community and and actually we have a little saying if you ever want to contribute to rouse unless understand those canonical trails up to 1 thing that you guessed it was actually go talk to yes if you don't know the other part of the series that we put together recently we basically meeting Carlos Sosa sat down tried to reproduce some feature from base camp at about 6 minutes whiteboard out up some features that we actually flew Chicago we sat down there would I ran Hansen and sat down with him and he looked at the code and sort of did to some pair programming with no pressure because wrote rails right prevents the the government on that and how we worked on it and this episode based on searches for roughness sort check it out and hopefully learn something about sort of the philosophy when it comes to voting around it a Carlos longingly looking at the church I please code for me I'm so 1 important thing that we want to make sure there where understands about this before we start is that the best way to keep this community strong these through positive reinforcement so you don't 1st of all if you find someone that is a pastor was someone that actually made software to make your life easier I know it can be stressful to actually go to people and say hi I make your software do you have stickers but it's very important to go to these people and give them a holiday if they're cool with that i want simply say thank you for doing this in actually change my life I got a job I use your software was very important for my company things like that so remember to do that take the time to do it to please so without further due for a start 1st of all the little directions for the heroes and you when we say your name out here we go below that and in unit come over here to my lovely assistant that she's going to hand your lovely little awards and heuristic around because we wanted to give a beautiful photo of you there's a we have a sneaker photographer at they're ready for for call photos that you could probably use for better to have profile pictures because seriously pixelated pictures of programmers no but so when you begin with the 1st year endowments is give you a few hints about this person and this might give away away that so this is a graph of all time commits to really and MR there is this need line up there that's goes up and up and up and up and up and you still at the very beginning there's 1998 and and this thing this monster takes over slowly Our and you can actually see the number of commits this 10 thousand 946 commits and max is 3 thousand
758 it's crazy and there's another view on that you can see like since 2009 non-English basically this person is bit contributing like in it looks like a sine wave that's crazy this contribution graph is just think it keeps increasing I don't know what he's gaining power somehow out and the way he contributes to this community is through patches patches and patches out here a few things that people have to say about this person but without him it doesn't matter which feature exist sure how fast the becomes because no 1 can use a language with bugs if she was a fish and patches would be water because he lives on i is my favorite quote of a hero of he's a tires contributors that's unbelievable how fast fixes but I feel like anybody who knows this person realizes that he must have some stupid human powers forged into a volcano or something and and he is known as the MRI patch monster so this 0 this the no we that kind of have to assess and I talked to about room the could you please go music that I have children had to take care of so you can be here today but will try to have some words that the ecology was it is Puccinia you did you mind coming in India for him and will make you feel awkward for a little bit because you also amazing but you know just over there and then you would have had no that's that's emitting intrans generational and transform thank you you 1 person so let's on to your number 2 so I don't just drawn on forever but your number to with the US has cut contributed in a very short amount of time for contributions have been plentiful in were actually explorations of Active Record which is this this scary thing actually for me and for a lot of people at your really understand what the underlying things inactive records do and what is the tricky parts of active at work or the tricky part on and this is a few things that people had to say about her she has been relentlessly tackling some of the least exciting bugs in optimizations in rails this year she's deprecated things you removed code refactoring confusing or brittle code we need more people like her she's mentoring students to start can't contribute to OSS specifically to rails we need more people like her to keep or community growing and this year old is me and I mean you should know the thank you in the right act went on to hear number 3 there's only 6 so your 5 so this person co-founded rails bridge co-founded Bridge foundry to help people at how women in overly and men focused communities to the welcome more diverse groups of people not just only women and and she's actually recently expanded that and not just this community you the rest really the Ruby community but other communities because anybody can benefit from that and more recently she's joined Ruby central as the director and she actually has contributed to making this thing that you're sitting in happens and that is a lot of work and and she also worked really hard at which I think is really important to me because I wouldn't be here if it weren't for people like her to help people who had never contributed were never tried to make a conference proposal actually get in so that we get new blood not just in the community and not been soft software but in talks experiences and things like that so she can actually help you if you haven't ever proposed any anything to a conference talk this is a few things that people had to say about her she is 1 of the few female role models we have in the community she strives to teach and share at every opportunity yeah she's written some of the best essays on diversity Ruby databases that I've read in the last few years you reviews and she's a hero she can choose to open source in the communities in a way in ways that I glanced at a get how profiles fails to community and this is so I mean and fill
in your name for the there's things that people like to work on the updating documentation is 1 of the things that people want to work on but there's someone that took up the job and started something called the Ruby documentation project along with many documentation tasks because if you know the usual thing that happens various that people go see the source speaker's media like documentation not very useful this person actually took that unlike some of the other heroes here tonight today this morning on end of your or some other things that people had to say about him he's made fiber commits to rails over the past 2 years making him the No. 5 contribute over that period he does extensive can documentation work and brings in and facilitates new contributors to the Ruby ecosystem In this person is Zachary systems and fill
the went on to here number 5 so I don't know if any of you use this thing
called sequel it's pretty amazing and it's been going on for years and has been maintained by pretty much mostly 1 person but it's extremely well maintained so much so that I think about 20 people mentioned that there are never open issues on this dam project just crazy you can see again like just the same as no with that the regularity is not crazy visit the regulated oversight over since 2008 on this project is an incredible but he has also created the road routing tree web framework which if you haven't had your mind blowing yet you should watch the lantern lightning talk videos from yesterday because he introduced it in the most amazing lightning talk have seen this year and here's here's something that people had to say about this year he's not going the creator and maintainer of several really libraries foremost among them the pure sequel he offers the most incredibly patient and helpful support as any viewing of Siegel talk will illustrate the Siegel libraries a massive body of intellectual work mostly contributed by 1 person just look at the size scope break breath of his work it's astounding In this year remains the generations and facts
right last year it I don't know if you heard of
the single meaning profiler and we use it was called a lot of people use it it's actually very very useful to detect bottlenecks and problems with performance in your application on the production side or the development science and so this hero is also worked on a very difficult task which gene is defined the Ruby got garbage collector and in a series of what was just making people aware of the porch and when it was ready for production in new versions of Ruby how the up rules for 2 and how to debug memory leaks which I don't know how to do very well and I need a lot of help in more recently he straighter project called bench which is useful for benchmarking Ruby applications and see how the performance involves over time he's also worked on a tiny project called discourse that no 1 is probably heard of and years so things that people had to say about him His work on Ruby on Rails performance since he started working on discourse had been a breath of fresh air in the Ruby community everyone wants passive programs with few do anything about it he's championing written speed and benchmarking utilities for years you could use a lot to the reveals community in terms of performance and benchmarking roles for 2 would have serious issues him this assumes the same 7 and thanks
so as a quick readout we're line them up and so it was that he has moved from the stations do 1 more round applause this uses the here all the thank it for you to start over yet there's something that I find important to mention that were not just singling out people to reward them so that they would do tedious things these are things that everybody can do everybody can do right now all it takes is showing up politics is helping lending a hand talking to someone and so just to make sure that you remember that we decided to do something a little special this time I believe sincerely that all the people who showed up at this conference and all agree conference anywhere are all the heroes because they participate in making this community stronger in nature and more diverse and I'm not kidding when I'm saying that you're still see a Ruby hero today because you take a little bit of time after the panel walk out that way that not now because it would be really now you'll all be getting this lovely thing the a family a very important thing about this and she take it you have to live up to it so I expect you next year on the stage I'm not kidding you can do it Ella takes is just talking to his people taking and learning how they did it listening to them finding issues fixing them and helping everybody along at the same time Major much which the movement of the get some
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Titel Ruby Heroes Awards
Serientitel RailsConf 2015
Teil 65
Anzahl der Teile 94
Autor Pollack, Gregg
Lacan, Oliver
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DOI 10.5446/30911
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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