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I spoke today at the Rails Underground conference on the Ruby Invoicing Gem, the financial transactions library which we have been developing as a side-effect of our work on Go Test It and some client projects. Unlike my previous talk at LRUG, this was a more slides-based talk with more on general background and motivation. The slides are now up on Slideshare and also embedded below:
I believe the talk was also recorded on video, and
I will update this post when the video becomes available has been posted on Skills Matter’s website (also embedded below) – thanks for recording it!
Update (28 July 2009): I’m pleased to say that my talk also received 4.11 out of 5 points on SpeakerRate, clearly above the average of 3.92 out of 5 for that conference.