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so that and is a lot of for science for me today if my 1st and recalls it is my 1st time fiction and the international conference and it's also my 1st time on here on the west coast the dead 1 of the few
a so my name is julie and the confinement triggers are can the 4 in as you probably can't tell an Italian so while what will have ideas ongoing believe me so just say something patent his mom with the last of which you would you set only hungry and want her to cook I mean 30 years ago I moved to London UK and they still lived there so I guess I like it there's some but and russian picture of
a lovely just as a token of friendship I mean I won't work in a company poll of
science and of injuring came as officers both in London New York where huge rails number fans so come talk to me if you want to know more about that in a near goes started the rock climbing and this is me unformulable
wall could actually either yesterday there's so many rock climbers here and I think the plan is to go tomorrow after the end of the conference through our gene important so if anybody wants to come just let me know items lack so that and so now I think it's officially this is fine
and so I'm here to tell you
guys about sorry and if the sorry and how island member and how I learned to love and her in the process so the as all the stories that she starts in a long time ago in a galaxy far far away actually Italy longing and I was a phd student working on this project unpack the field trained in constant efforts on the eyes it's it is boring as it sounds I think I was thinking of some friends of what we just started the rails consulting company and and they asked me if I want to join and yet his and he really like academia that much of like a welcher funds on but not in the well will then I know that I actually you might have
really know anything about that about development so uh Hadluk sort of formal CS training but actually like do we know what it was 4 . 2 I still don't think analyst assessors so after that and I soon learns language which is the Ruby and it's my favorite language it's always been so always being the Ruby is at heart but apparently you can't really build websites using for B you have to learn framework so the phrase the 1st framework learned was really or else around and really liked it and I think that's like something which is in extreme common between about an developers through the Ruby and then the rails and then offer you the rails to learn about what your parents and they learn about testing and I think another that you get to a place which is mostly happy so here's the year at risk of Paradise of the back developer were the you do you with every back and about velocity which is right clean code as here code writing stuff which is like feels good and so on so have always working this consulting company was pretty haven't myself but then when they
came jobs talk to some people so you as a consulting company you have to protest everything so as soon as you have to build something which is a bit fancier something a bit more interactive you have to install script so sorry learning is library which school J. Korea
and I really liked it and then over the next 2 years after that I went through a fear hunger of just the frameworks so just like written down a couple of them now are mapped out but 1 G as yes that winter I think it's that now and and you're Jess and even though there are so many different types of jobs frameworks the really wasn't that happy it was like nearly not a happy 1 was at need for by jobs so the bond why's that I think I have to ask for help from
denied here and something I like to call the apple a fact which is if you tell us 3 times every year but you're going to Rouge nice everything and you're going to change everything is starts to get harder and harder to hear the and reasonable fit yes or no actually was a couple days ago had through the Apple website and this is
a couple of things I found this but at the time he hit have that I read that means that we will have the most powerful 4 inches and have this new life with this is it the the end I completely made this up so
it the and time and so on I think the spinning in this state of a job of use illusion and so I don't really believe that anything can come out and like in a nice way when whenever was right and just but you know together demand is sort of a a back-end developer you sort of gets the same role so I'm just writing that encodes like OK you know how trial the job to but even if I don't like it and even that you couldn't do it on the end of the world because I have my Ruby have my of rented patterns have me test so have these get back on what I thought so but 1 day again and in the company working for we decided to rewrite a huge part of a real step in to a number of and at that time at never tried number before so I was like well you know I have a right to be like a little bit of experience with jobs to so and I was really excited and I think it's something we chose to my expression with
this but the but then P on periods so start poking around a bit in
the framework 13 right and like some apple apps and in images like OK this feels quite familiar as models as users controllers it just like fields the like everything already known well 50 minutes later after
that only thing goes from like
this know all the names were the same but actually that the whole thing is just the 2nd with a different so her my friends told me to leave this light this there was the best of the parts under sampling error for a while I that from from 1 said
and even though I thought anew rails inviting you and how we know anything about them in member says the I think 1 of the biggest reasons why I wasn't a huge fan November is because it does a lot of different things and I think in the keynote and palm and new this book about the Unix philosophy which I think is 1 of the new starting point for every web developer to be units fan and there is so this is a very famous concept
which is case which sense for keep it simple stupid on in
the Unix community which is basically the model of units which is also in the
south heightened because if a simplex is a simple is better and complicated the complex world and the only say by programs that do 1 thing well the and also on my favorite part is that it quite well I think you would be on so the end this is a pretty much 2 years ago
and now 2 years later I'm
here I had actually we love amber and I think a couple of months ago and I was just like working on the new feature and like I just think of myself think I think it can do this remember I think I can do everything and so on my goal for today just like it just it is just like 1 thing is and tell you but what made me change my mind of I think over the years as a real developer you build a lot of that and you value the simplicity of rails so you learn this way of programming this way of writing this way off rendering the page and you think that that is the solution of furor like of programming in general but Google really this
act which is called Gmail I'm sure you're familiar with it so if you think and as a real about and you think well tomorrow
I have to rebuild Gmail How do I and if you think about like the normal ways of writing code in rails and there isn't really a good solution in it because you're
dealing with this is actually my real name of on extensions a this is recorded you know the so well that you think about it it's just like in a modern applications and you can do a lot of stuff it's very interactive it gives you a lot of feedback as and when you're using and so if you're relative developer and have to reveal something like this how do you do it keep containable and how the kids imposing time and the more ha was working on rails more just realized on you
can't you can't and some some matter just complex and there is no way of keeping St. Paul whenever you're writing something like that but something funny of found is that on the Zen of Python and it says that seemed was very complex but the sentence immediately after that is complex is better and complicated the and I guess I was lucky to find this framework
which and is really good for creating ambitious but applications I and I think that but this is the only framework which now makes me comfortable he Gmail and a matter of fact a couple weeks ago just like we build in our own at a little bit of things I've seen Gmail and just worked so I I think that the good
thing about the real apps and ambitious that is that we solve real problems and realities School of complexity a so I think that whenever you thinking well I need a simple solution to a problem sometimes a simple solution is not good enough we need a more complicated solution Don actually this is a real code as I did my research and the majority of the experts all agree that this is number lines and point I could come to a like on like the real quote but most people seem to agree that is actual true codes which is everything should be made as simple as possible but not simpler so it is like the thing the main thing I learned when I was learning and on while just like the use simplicity as an excuse or otherwise you're just gonna make like like super simple apps and nobody uses super simple at put on something found out at same time when I was working on in number is that I figure out what the idea really liking JS land and it wasn't really the thing that's even though on a aerobic and hot so I like nice-looking code the it wasn't pending state so building a stateful at yet it's should the beginning but it's not like super hot and the is not having the sink you just have to learn how from this work and we can take a couple of days but then you get and the biggest problem for me when I was learning all did those just a frameworks is this sort of my set which is this and what I call revolution and cost and I think that another really good term is
a high fatigue there is an Austin talk got which is called an an antidote to the the and especially 1 elementary parts but Amber and the basic concept
is that you hate and a certain people people and was and the receiver the the we learn about new technologies you think that this technology is going out Saul everything so fix all your problems and then after a while after a couple weeks we actually use this technology you realize not really army B that's problems there's a result like may prompt like Martin might actually use case perfectly so you jump on it and have the high train and you're like 0 well and that work but I'm sure that this will work and you try out something
else and so on and so on and so on and so on and the just aboard means 15 different frameworks in 6 months I think of last year I was a Baroque out and
and that's which is creative Ruby he talked about leasing from I wish for the 2nd system syndrome and the I think that every web that have her has suffered of this scene from at least once and you know you're a victim of the syndrome whenever you hear yourself saying
well I think we had to rebuild the system from scratch understand how make it easy to use foster a more expressive yeah just have to keep a little bit on backwards compatibility the and not only us but it's also a huge Open Source Project Per-Fide prefix I think the final end of this year after 10 years but the 3 of on I think there's a like 70 per cent of the projects of some part of the after a lot of years that Python 3 was released and more recently the transition between angular 1 angular to so I think it's really common to think that you figure out everything and you just need to build a new solution just gonna fix all the previous problems you've ever met and I think that if we think in biological terms we already know what this is about and in biology we call the intelligent design and it has
it's basically I think it's either you if you're a human being or super human being what you're thinking and I
have the perfect plan now I just need to build it and then if we do that for good but luckily in the field of biology we come to an agreement and that there is something there there's this theory which for the theory of evolution which and tells us that nature doesn't know that we work in that way doesn't work through continues to provoke notions from something funny I found in a
profit of research in this is that this is a survey on of response the statement human beings as we know them developed from earlier species of animals and there's a bunch of countries here and something funny can see on the rent and but my friends call me is there to live like this sort of do that around the the source of his hands and I actually it I found this
code which was a hundred years before Darwin wrote about the Revolution and that is the news it says Swedish nature historians think and he wrote this month sentence lacking apparently is the right level on and it says nature does not make Johns and in natural history is just like Commission veligers just this idea that nature does not operate by big jobs it operates the little steps so step by step millions of millions and millions of that's state nature evolves I think what's cool about Amber is actually were just doing the same thing which
is called with the different name and something which a lot of really was this quote by what that's is
that eventually all the good ideas will end up number and it is really great because just tells you that only there is a new revolution coming out tomorrow's she cannot change everything because little by little step by step small idea by small idea everything good will and the number the so the my learning member 2 years ago I was just learning another framework of like OK i'm just gonna pick up this new jobs the library at but learned a lot of them and I think what changed in this 3 years that I think there's a lot of good pieces of suffering around so if you want to learn a good framework there's so many of them and and you can pick them up and it's just like a mutual but I think that whenever you learn is something like a just framework the tend to buy into a sort of religion so I think is quite common but I'm not sure this code is a computer but I think that what I read a lot about Amber nodded learned is that it is much more than a frame of working it's a frame of mind so there are some things which I really appreciate about Amber and for example is having the true open source process I don't think there's any other project out there which is something as cool as the boxes of this is another project which is so focused on backwards compatibility that every time there's a new version November the 1st thing that happens that you know what you need to change 1st something and I don't think I've ever met and another community which is so inclusive and I'm not just talking about like the normal sense of inclusion and I'm talking about and the if you guys have and heard this but ever slide deploying and it was like 5 different projects some point and all different 5 maintainers and just spoke and that now is that OK maybe you should just come up with 1 solution for deploying member and if you say that I think it's really really hard to find other examples that in the current in the so on whether 1 to end up with is and I think what really makes me laugh and where is this idea of continues mutation over short-lived revolutions and I don't think there's anything more important than that so the final thing you'll end up with is don't be yeah
gestation is spent love and and that's it
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Titel How I Learned to Love Ember
Serientitel Ember Conf 2016
Autor Lio, Ju
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DOI 10.5446/34700
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract "I’ve always been a backend guy. I love Ruby. Keep things simple. Oh no, not another JavaScript framework..." This was me a year ago. Now I don't feel like this anymore. Matter of fact, the other day I caught myself saying: "I can do everything in Ember!" In this talk, I will narrate the journey that turned a hardened Ruby Engineer into an Ember enthusiast. I will recount how I escaped from the "New to Ember" pits of despair, how I fought in the "Upgrade Wars" and ultimately how it changed my mind about all software development. As I learned Ember, I learned to love Ember.

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