Canada on Rails (http://canadaonrails.com) has just announced that 15
speakers will head up the first ever Ruby on Rails conference in
BC on April 13-14th, with two days afterwards for a Workshop held by
Baker on Agile Rails Development.
We at Canada on Rails originally only planned for 10 speakers to be
in, but pre-registrations have been going so well, and honestly, we just
to pick all of these remarkable speakers and get them into Vancouver for
this sure to be amazing - first ever in the world - Ruby on Rails
So, before I tell you who these guys (and gal) are, you might want to go
purchase that ticket online first at http://store.osevents.com. You have
exactly 21 hours and 30 minutes to get your ticket for only $175 CAD,
tonight, it goes up to regular price of $250.
We are expecting a sell-out crowd for the event, and you can be sure
going to be the biggest turnout Open Source Events has seen yet.
Without any further delay, here they are:
- David Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails
- Thomas F., creator of script.aculo.us
- Dave A., published author on Test Driven Development
- David Black, creator of SCANF, RCRArchive
- Joe O’Brien, developer with ThoughtWorks
- James A., creator of Rails-Engines
- Steven B., creator of RSPEC
- Michael Buffington, cofounder of Price.com, co-architect of
- Robby R., founder of Planet Argon
- Geoffrey Grosenbach, host of Ruby on Rails Podcast
- Kyle S., lead developer of RadRails and Rubish
- Jeremy Voorhis, lead architect at Planet Argon
- Alex Bunardzic, founder of Jooto
- Sebastian K., creator of FileColumn plugin
- Amy Hoy, future author of a “Right-Brained Guide” to Ruby on Rails
For more background on each speaker, you can read their full length bios
The schedule is currently being reworked now that we have 5 additional
speakers to fit into the original timetable. Please bear with us as we
out the finer points and we will publish this soon as we can.
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I look forward to seeing many of you at the upcoming conference!
Nathaniel S. H. Brown http://nshb.net