Great Lakes Ruby Bash - Call for Proposals

We are pleased to announce that we are accepting talk proposals for the
Great Lakes Ruby Bash to be held on Michigan State University’s campus
in East Lansing, Michigan on Saturday, April 17th.

   http://greatlakesrubybash.com/

We’re looking for passionate speakers to give 25 and 40 minute
presentations about their experiences with Ruby and related
technologies. Our goal is to engage attendees and inspire them to create
great software, empower users, and continue learning with others.

Submit your proposal by Feb 28th, 2010 at 12:59pm EST.
We hope to have all proposals reviewed and speakers chosen by March 8th,
2010.

Anything that’s related to Ruby is welcome. Here are some possible
ideas:

* The Ruby language itself
* Interesting techniques or approaches in Ruby
* Useful and cool libraries, new or old
* Web frameworks such as Rails, Merb, etc.
* Software development philosophies or techniques
* Using Ruby in interesting ways or contexts
* The business side of Ruby and/or Rails
* Whatever you think would be interesting to the Ruby community....

Submit your talk proposals or find additional information about the
conference at:

   http://greatlakesrubybash.com/

Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you.

– The Great Lakes Ruby Bash Organizers
Ryan Briones
Zach Church
Craig D.
Brandon D.
Eric Ivancich
Derek Kastner
Brandon K.
Daniel Morrison
Kedron Rhodes
Brian Ryckbost
Winston T.

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