Toptal supports developer communities all over the world and on September 20th we are partnering with Slovenia Ruby User Group in Ljubljana for their next meetup.
The event will be a great opportunity to meet fellow developers from your town and Toptalers like Miha Rekar, team lead at Toptal.
“Concurrency in Ruby” with Aleš Kotnik
Concurrency is hard. Concurrency is not parallelism. Understanding MRI’s Global interpreter lock is your first step at getting concurrency and parallelism right in Ruby. But there is more.
“Object-oriented programming in Ruby and Elixir” with Tomaž Žlender, 1Tap by Receipt Bank
Object-oriented programming is the most wide-spread paradigm of programming languages. How do implementations differ from the object oriented paradigm envisioned by the person who gave it the name?
The event will take place at Poligon, starting at 6:00 PM. For more information, please see the event website or contact Miha Rekar.
Organizing and curating Toptal events takes a lot of work, but it's certainly rewarding. We welcome all Toptalers who are excited about organizing and executing awesome events in their city. These events are great for meeting tech leaders, making new connections, and helping your community to grow. Sign up here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.