Silicon Valley Ruby Conference

The Third Annual Silicon Valley Ruby Conference: Using Ruby and Rails for Innovation and Creativity

Friday April 18 8:30AM - 5:45PM and Saturday April 19 10:00AM - 6:00PM

Registration Link: http://www.sdforum.org/Ruby


Program Overview:

This two-day conference is a significant Web 2.0 Conference in the Ruby community and within the software development arena. This annual event brings Ruby and Rails developers, interactive engineers, software developers, startups, IT managers, and technical executives together in San Jose. In the past three years, Ruby has become one of the most talked-about programming languages, and Ruby on Rails has become the framework of choice for many new web applications.

Among the topics of the two day conference are How To:
  • Harness the potential and power of Ruby, including best practices
  • Optimize the performance of Ruby and related open source technologies
  • Learn and use the newest features in Ruby 1.9 and Rails 2.0 releases
  • Build affordable high performance and scalable solutions using Ruby
  • Learn from experts who build successful Ruby in both the startup and enterprise spaces
  • Explore the latest Ruby on Rails development in social networking platform
  • Learn from Ruby Early Adopters and understand what’s happening with Ruby in the enterprise.


Confirmed Speakers Include:

Tim Bray-Sun-“The Rubies in Context”

Blaine Cook- Twitter

Joel Dudley, Stanford

Ryan Garver-\*ELC- “Ruby features for Open Social Networking”

Jason Hoffman-Joyent

Anant Jhingran- IBM

Jon Lam- Microsoft--The Borg discovers Ruby and Open Source"

Alex Le, Friends for Sale

James Lindenbaum, Heroku

Parker Thompson, Pivotal Labs - DRYing Up Application Development: Components That Don't Suck

Adam Wiggins, Heroku

Event Logistics

Location: The Tech Museum, 201 South Market St. San Jose, Ca 95113
\*Price:\* $219 SDForum Members, $269 Non-members, $50 Platinum Pass

Registration Link: http://www.sdforum.org/Ruby
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