RuPy 2009 :: Strongly Dynamic Conference
November 7-8, 2009
:: Call for speakers
RuPy is a conference about dynamically typed programming languages.
Held for the first time in April 2007 it gathered enthusiasts
from Poland and other countries.
The idea behind the conference is to liven up the
community and make these technologies more popular in Europe.
The first conference was a middle-sized one but came out as
a huge success. We believe it was a great experience for both
attendees and speakers.
RuPy 2009 committee is looking for speakers willing to present
a Python, Ruby, Groovy or any other related subject.
If you have an interesting talk in mind go ahead and submit a
talk proposal. The talk proposal should include a talk title,
brief introduction and your short resume/biography.
To our invited speakers we offer free accommodation, full
board and possibility to interact with a very lively IT community.
You are also free to participate in all the extra events -
'Geek party' always turns out great!
You can also support us by linking to our site and informing
all your friends about the event and the possibility to submit
a talk proposal.
Potential speakers should submit an abstract using the following
by September 30th, 2009 for consideration.
If you have any special presentation needs, let us know.
For more details check our site: