With the impending release of Rails 5.0 likely to be the biggest release
for five years, it’s time to start thinking about migration plans so that
you don’t get left behind.
Andrew White, Rails Core Team Member and Unboxed’s CTO, is hosting this one-off meetup for Developers and Architects, covering how past major releases have tripped people up and what strategies you need to adopt to make sure your upgrade path is smooth.
Date: Wednesday 16th September
Time: 09:30 – 10:30 (Breakfast from 09:00)
Location: 17 Blossom Street, London, E1 6PL
Andrew will also be covering:
- What are the new features in Rails 5.0?
- What are the minimum requirements to run Rails 5.0?
- What is the policy for bug fix and security updates once the new Rails 5.0 is released?
- What legacy features will be removed and no longer supported?
There will also be a Q&A session afterwards to get any questions out there that you may have about the new upgrade.
About Andrew White:
Andrew has been a contributor to Rails since 2007 and since 2012 has
been a member of the Rails Core Team responsible for setting the
future direction of the framework. He is currently the only member of
the Core Team based in the UK.
We’ve reached the ticket limit for this meetup, but we’re more than happy to put you on our reserve list for any spaces that may come available. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you on the list.