Notes from Codestock 2018

I was pleasantly surprised by Paige Bailey’s opening keynote.

A talk on “Thinking in Sets”  got me thinking about how make ruby and mongo work faster.  Found this on stack overflow, will keep looking:

good advice in a comment on that SO thread:

`Always avoid iteration if possible, avoid using ‘all’ which loads every record into RAM at once, and since update_attributes already does a save automatically, the additional call to save! will make the entire operation take twice as long.`

Also attended a talk on Elm by Jeremy Fairbank

Missed this one by tyler Jennings  But I did get to learn some new tricks to make my JavaScript cleaner.

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