One day Ruby event in London, later this year. Interested?

Hi all,

We’re thinking about putting a one-day Ruby event in London, later
this year. We want to try putting together an event, but organise it a
bit differently to regular conferences. In a nutshell:

  • It should be cheap enough that you can pay for it from your own
    pocket without feeling bad
  • It should be organised completely transparently, with the
    attendees deciding who’d talk and having a pretty good idea what
    they’re going to cover
  • Any presentations should be relevant to the attendees, not self-
    indulgent war stories or anecdotes with little value beyond a vaguely
    warm fuzzy feeling.

Will it work? Who knows. To a large extent, it’s entirely up to you.

But before we get into any of that, we’d like to know if it’s
something you’d be interested in. Please visit http://rubymanor.org
and let us know.

Thanks!

James A.
Murray S.

Hello,

war stories or anecdotes with little value beyond a vaguely warm fuzzy
feeling.

Will it work? Who knows. To a large extent, it’s entirely up to you.

It’s definitely possible. I helped to organize with another
Vancouver.rb fellow a free (!) one-day Ruby (and Rails) (un)conference
in January in Vancouver, B.C on the West Coast in Canada in the
Americas and we will be back with in 2009! More @
http://rubycamp.wordpress.com

Cheers.

Right country; wrong end. Sorry…

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 5:37 PM, Gerald B. [email protected]
wrote:

cover
http://rubycamp.wordpress.com

Cheers.


Gerald B. - Internet and Rails Professional - http://rubybook.ca


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