I like to speak about things that I’m passionate about:
I’ve spoken at a few conferences in different countries (Argentina; Uruguay; Chile; and USA) in both Spanish and English.
This is version 2.1 of the talk I presented at SolidusConf. There are a few
skunk which made it to this talk. The StinkScore formula
changed to more accurately represent improvements to your code base:
In this talk I explain how to avoid getting stuck in the tar pit and, if you are in it, how to gradually get out of it. This is the first time I spoke about a new library to judge maintainability based on code quality and code coverage: https://github.com/fastruby/skunk
This is version 2.1 of the workshop I conducted at RailsConf. In this iteration I decide to use Docker to make it easier to get things set up. This proved to be a great decision as it decreased setup issues to 0%. Setting things up took about 10 minutes, but it was smooth sailing after that.
In this workshop I present a few simple steps to upgrade your Rails application. Unfortunately there is no recording of this workshop, but you can find a companion page over here: https://www.fastruby.io/upgrade
In this talk I share my experience as an open source contributor and maintainer after becoming a father. I share a few great ways to bake in open source contributions in your day-to-day:
In this talk I explain a few concepts about Lean Startup after a couple of years running my startup (Ombu Shop). This talk was in Spanish.
In this talk I explain a few good ways to inherit and maintain “zombie projects”. When you inherit a legacy project, how can you improve the status quo of the project? How can you gradually pay off tech debt to turn a zombie into an easy-to-maintain project?
In this talk I explain a few concepts about Lean Startup as applied in my first startup: Ombu Shop, Tu Tienda Online. This talk was in Spanish.