Playing With Fire: Running Uploaded Ruby Code in a Sandbox

May 30, 2009 Melissa Dyrdahl

In this session, David Stevenson explores how to run untrusted code inside a ruby application using a sandbox. With this powerful technique, users can upload code that integrates as part of a larger application, making it ideal for custom business rules, dynamic games (think SecondLife), and science/math applications. Ruby’s english-like syntax and ease of creating DSLs makes it a good scripting candidate for non-technical people.

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