Hey / Привет
My name is Vladimir (or Вова), and I'm a principal backend engineer at @evilmartians.
I'm currently working on:
- Making real-time Ruby apps rock with @anycable (built with Ruby and Go).
- Bringing edge Ruby features to all Rubies with @ruby-next—a transpiler for Ruby.
- Helping Ruby devs to write faster tests with test-prof.
- ...and other projects, such as: Action Policy, Logidze, Anyway Config and many more.
Check out some of my blog posts:
- Real-time stress: AnyCable, k6, WebSockets, and Yabeda
- Ruby on Whales: Dockerizing Ruby and Rails development
- System of a test: Proper browser testing in Ruby on Rails
- Anyway Config: Keep your Ruby configuration sane
- RuboCoping with legacy: Bring your Ruby code up to Standard
...and conference talks:
- The pitfalls of real-time-ification (RailsConf 2022)
- Frontendless Rails Frontend (RailsConf 2021)
- Between monoliths and microservices (RailsConf 2020, component-based architecture using Rails Engines)
- Ruby Next: Make old Rubies quack like a new one (RubyConf 2019)
- Terraforming legacy Rails applications (RailsConf 2019)
- High-speed cables for Ruby (RubyConf 2018)
- 99 problems of slow tests (Paris.rb 2018)