Registration is open for the Great Lakes Ruby Bash, but given that we
have to give our caterer the lunch order in advance, sign up by Monday
evening to guarantee your lunch. We have people traveling here to
attend from as far away as Chapel Hill, NC and Denver, CO.
The Great Lakes Ruby Bash is the successor to RubyConf*MI, one of the
first ever regional Ruby conferences. This is a one-day conference
that will contain a mix of 30-minute and 1-hour talks, covering Ruby,
Rails, and related topics.
Attendance is $50 and includes lunch (only guaranteed if you register
by Monday, October 6th, 11:59pm).
Where: Ann Arbor, on the beautiful University of Michigan campus When: Saturday, October 11th Talks Include: Jim W. : Playing it Safe - How to write
library friendly code in Ruby
Larry Karnowski : Usability on Rails: Tips & Tricks
for Creating Passionate Users
Brandon D. : Metawhat? A look into the
Michael B. : Hacking the Mid-End: Advanced
Rails UI Techniques
Daniel B. : New Features in Test::Unit 2.0
Brandon K.: Behavior Driven Development with
Joseph Faisal Nusairat : Using Active Scaffold
(note: all the above are confirmed, but the
schedule is subject to change)
Additional Information: http://greatlakesrubybash.org Registration: http://greatlakesrubybash.eventwax.com/great-lakes-ruby-bash Blog: http://blog.greatlakesrubybash.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/greatlakesruby
We look forward to seeing you there!
– The Great Lakes Ruby Bash Volunteer Brigade