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Talks Iʼve given

Introduction

Sometimes I give talks and this is where I collect them all together.

Re-interpreting data

Title slide from my talk “Re-interpreting data”, text: Re-interpreting data, Murray Steele, Cleo AI, @hlame

Re-interpreting data

A talk I gave showing off how to re-interpret data in files as audio or visual data regardless of what the data is intended to represent.

Presented at: LRUG

On: Monday, 13th January, 2020

A rubygems contribution story

Title slide from my talk “A rubygems contribution story”, text: A rubygems contribution story, Murray Steele, Unboxed, @hlame

A rubygems contribution story

A short talk I gave about a rubygems contribution I made.

Presented at: LRUG

On: Monday, 10th October, 2016

Being part of a community

Being part of a community”, text: Being part of a community

Being part of a community

A talk I gave to introduce the ruby community to the students of a web development bootcamp course and convince them it would be something they might like to get involved with.

Presented at: General Assembly

On: Various dates between July 2013 and September 2015

My first ruby

Title slide from my talk “My first ruby”: a crayon drawing of a ruby, text: My first ruby by Murray Steele (aged 31½)

My first ruby

A talk I gave about the first piece of ruby I ever wrote.

Presented at: LRUG

On: Monday, 14th June, 2010

Some rough fibrous material

Title slide from my talk “Some rough fibrous material”, text: Some rough fibrous material, A 20x20 guide to Fibers in Ruby 1.9, Murray Steele - LRUG February 2010

Some rough fibrous material

A short talk I gave about the Fiber library added to ruby 1.9.

Presented at: LRUG

On: Monday, 10th February, 2010

Tying your shoes

Tying your shoes”, a closeup photo of someone tying a pair of converse all-stars on some parquet flooring, text: A whirlwind tour to tying your shoes

Tying your shoes

A talk I gave providing an introduction to Shoes, the GUI framework for ruby written by _why.

Presented at: Ruby Manor Classic

On: Saturday, 22nd November, 2008