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The blog of the Budapest based Digital Natives covers the topics such as technological challenges we meet in our work, also our solutions and developments related mostly to Ruby on Rails and e. g. JavaScript. You can read about project management methodologies, which drive our workflow, such as agile or scrum. We don’t forget to report about our work and free-time related events and activities.

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This is my first post on the company blog but I can promise won’t be the last ;)

I joined Digital Natives 2 months ago as a junior software engineer (we use Ruby most of the time). Before that, I worked with Java and related enterprise technologies for 3 years. I have been following the evolution of JRuby for a while now and I would liked to share my excitement about this awesome project.

I also wanted to present on a meetup so I decided to give a talk about JRuby at budapest.rb. I did a lot of research and practiced a lot (kudos to Miki for the reviews and suggestions!) but still wasn’t as good as I wanted to.

I tried to cover the differences compared to MRI, the advantages of using JRuby and why you should give it a chance. I spoke about what JRuby is, how can you integrate it into a Java environment, which modes it supports and how can it be faster than MRI. I also gave a hint about a very interesting experimental subproject, named Truffle runtime.

This was my first real presentation in a front of professionals so I was nervous but I learned a lot from this experience :) You have to start somewhere so if you would like to present your fantastic project or you just read a fascinating article and you want to discuss it, feel free to present at the next meetup!

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