I'm a long time Ruby/Rails developer, now work at Mikamai, catholic, I love my beautiful wife and wonderful children.
Never avoided a fight for injecting Ruby in a "hostile" environment ✌
At Euruku I expect to meet awesome people, my Ruby heroes (including Adam). I also think great material is coming in the presentations!
This presentation will cover:
I think it's still time for a general presentation of Opal, but if anyone feels otherwise I'm open to feedback. Here are some alternative (additional?) topics that would be fun to present:
I still don't think the title's quite right: get back at* means "exact revenge upon". You probably want get back to, in the sense of "return to", yes?
This sounds really interesting! The details on the internals I'd find particularly interesting to learn, as well as issues discovered while implementing it (cross-browser issues maybe?).
Thanks for the correction John, I'll layout the main points and update the description.
The talk seems very interesting, as I said. however to be fair to others and in order for everyone to know what they are voting for, I'd like to see more details about the talk. Perhaps a bulleted skeleton would help?
btw the title needs a minor correction "Opal, get back at doing Ruby...." :-)
@nikos description updated, thanks!
Super! I would suggest to update the proposal description to reflect this :)
Some internals will be there along with an overview, thanks for the feedback!
Totally agree with what John said. Even though it sounds interesting to see what you can achieve with Opal, some information regarding how it's implemented would be really nice!
Is this only about usage of Opal or does it also cover its internals as well?
I'd suggest that you cover both intro/usage of Opal as well as its design. I also hope it is not just an intro tutorial with basic info which anyone could pick from the Opal site.
I for once i'm interested in the subject btw :-)