RISE was the first of Web Summit taking on Asia. Hong Kong is indeed an excellent place for conference of this scale. Over 5000 attendees and 500 different startup exhibiting their products is indeed a mind blowing experience. The scale of the event started with having a separate immigration counter at the airport for Riseconf … Continue reading RISE of a new conference!
How much can you achieve in one day? Let's ask the Josh team and Seva Sahayog Foundation. It all started when Hetal asked us if we can help them out. Seva Sahayog has volunteers who collect donations from either door-to-door or setup a desk at various companies. Now, as part of a donation, you are … Continue reading All in a days work
I spoke at Agile India 2015 in March. Excellent conference but I was a quite disappointed that the videos are not publicly published. So, I decided to write about it here in detail. The slide deck has been published at on slideshare But here goes the picto-blog. This is an experience report - the story of … Continue reading Don’t test your code
It would be folly to even try and sum up all my experiences in one blog post. Hence this part is a short recap of my impressions of RubyConf San Diego. After a long journey of ~12000kms, little sleep, lots of coffee, and several moments of uncertainty ; I finally arrived at San Diego Convention … Continue reading When I travelled halfway across the world to attend RubyConf 14 San Diego
In a Rails application, when we need nested forms, we frequently use the 'nested_form' gem. However, we cannot use that when we are making an AngularJS + Rails app. To make nested forms using AngularJS, we need to write some specific code and in this blog I do just that. I have some sample code base with a working demo … Continue reading How to create nested form using AngularJS
There are many days of the year where nothing memorable happens, and then there are some days which leave a lasting impact on your life. I can vouch for the fact that if you ask people who attended this conference, at least 90% (including me) would say that the 2 days at the Ruby Conf … Continue reading Obrigado RubyConf Portugal
While working a project, we needed to access Google calendar's API but with a difference - the application was supposed to create new event in the Google Calendar accessed by authenticated users. After a little bit of research, I came across the Google Service Accounts that allows back-end authentication using Google authorization service. Basically, these Service Accounts allows you to access Google API's … Continue reading Tutorial: Using Google Service Accounts with a Rails application