[ADV] The Rails Edge Conference


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We hope you’ll join us for The Rails Edge conference coming to Chicago
on August 23-25. This is the third running of this conference, put on
by the same folks who run the Pragmatic Studio Rails and Ruby training
events.

We have another great lineup of speakers for you to enjoy:

  • Dave T., author of “Agile Web D. with Rails” and
    “Programming Ruby”
  • Chad Fower, author of “Rails Recipes” and co-founder of Ruby Central,
    Inc.
  • Jim W., creator of Rake, RubyGems, and other software you
    probably use daily
  • Marcel Molina Jr., a member of the Rails core team
  • Ezra Z., co-founder of EngineYard and author of the
    upcoming Rails Deployment book
  • Stuart Halloway, co-author of “Rails for Java Programmers” and
    co-creator of the Streamlined framework
  • Justin Gehtland, co-author of “Rails for Java Programmers” and
    co-creator of the Streamlined framework
  • David C., lead developer of RSpec since August 2006
  • Mike Mangino, resident expert on REST and testing at Elevated Rails

All of these speakers are available each day of the conference, so
come get your questions answered!

Throughout this single-track conference you’ll keep up to date on
timely topics including:

  • Metaprogramming Ruby
  • REST
  • Active Resource
  • Test-Driven Development
  • RSpec
  • Rails Deployment
  • JRuby
  • Writing Domain-Specific Languages
  • Ajax and RJS
  • Domain-Driven Design in Ruby
  • Refactoring Rails Applications

Still wondering why you should attend? Check out some of the reviews
from folks who attended previous Rails Edge conferences:

http://blog.dangdev.com/2007/1/29/the-rails-edge/
http://www.mslater.com/2006/11/21/the-latest-on-ruby-on-rails
http://www.luisdelarosa.com/2007/01/26/rails-edge-reston-day-1/
http://blog.viget.com/rails-edge-conference-highlights/

Both of the previous Rails Edge conferences sold out quickly, so
reserve your seat and save $100 by registering before July 1st.

Visit http://therailsedge.com for registration details.

Thanks for your continued support!


Mike C.
http://pragmaticstudio.com
Ruby and Rails Training