A Branch in Time (a story about revision histories)
- Union St, 18-20 Union Street, S1 2JP
- 6.30 to 8.00pm
In one timeline a quick path to clarity. In the other a painful journey trying to uncover the obscure intent of a line of code. The only difference between these two realities? The revision history…
This is a story about revision histories and their impact on software maintainability. Think Sliding Doors, but with more Git!
About our speaker
Tekin Süleyman is a senior freelance consultant who’s been shipping Ruby code for over a decade. He’s worked with teams, large and small: from Government agencies (GDS) to listed startups (FreeAgent), and the world’s oldest and largest Co-operative (Co-op Digital). He also runs the North West Ruby User Group in Manchester, and we had the pleasure to collaborate with them on a number of occasions. Tekin has given this talk at Brighton Ruby, RailsConf and Railsconf Australia, and each time it gets better and better as he is great as incorporating feedback!
About our venue
Our meetup will take place at our usual venue, Union St.
After the meetup, we’ll be heading to The Devonshire Cat for drinks and a chat.