[ANN] Call for papers and Registration Open for the Rails Conference for Spanish speakers

Hi,

After the success of last year’s edition (29 sessions and about 200
attendants) we are pleased to announce the second edition of the Rails
Conference (http://www.conferenciarails.org) for Spanish speakers, to be
held in Madrid, Spain, on November 22nd and 23rd.

The official language of the conference is Spanish (no translation
provided), although sessions in English from relevant members of the
community are welcome.

Call for papers finishes by October 7th (sorry about the short notice).
If you want to take a look at some of the received proposals under
consideration, please visit http://ponencias.conferenciarails.org

This conference is an excellent meeting point for everybody doing
professional development with Rails in Spanish-speaking markets and a
good opportunity to put a face to some of the nicknames and e-mails you
see on irc and mailing lists.

Sessions will be distributed in three different tracks covering
technical sessions, tutorials, success cases, best practices and
anything related to the Rails world. Registration is open and seats are
limited (the largest conference room can fit about 200 people), so be
quick in making your registration at
http://registro.conferenciarails.org if you are planning to attend.

The conference is organized by a group of volunteers without a
commercial interest and we have support from some local sponsors, so the
price is kept at the minimum necessary to cover the expenses of
infrastructure, catering and security. The price for the conference is
EURO 75, which includes the pass for both days, two meals and a
commemorative t-shirt. All the attendants, including speakers and
members of the organization board, are subject to the registration fee.

For those not attending, we will be live-streaming the sessions and
we’ll make available the videos at the conference’s web.

You can find all the information at http://www.conferenciarails.org

Looking forward to seeing you there!

javier ramirez

disclaimer: just in case, please notice this is a community-driven event
and we are in no way related to the Official Rails European Conference.

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