My company, CodeGear (the Borland developer tools spin-off), is having
a free virtual conference called "CodeRage", it will be two live
streams for 5 days.
I'm putting together a small Ruby and Rails track, I'm looking for
folks who would be interested in presenting a talk on Ruby, Rails or
some piece of related technology. At a minimum I hope to have a
couple of "basics" talks and a a couple of more detailed talks.
This will all be done via web-conferencing, and we'll have live Q&A
sessions. Should be pretty fun, a sort of un-conference.
If you're interested in participating just email me (jmcglynn at
codegear dot com) or give me a call in my office on 831.406.0126.
Details are below.
I've had several responses to my request for presenters for CodeGear's
virtual conference, CodeRage. I'll respond to eveyone by the end of
If you have an idea that you'd like to present please email me at
jmcglynn at codegear dot com
or give me a call in my office on 831.406.0126.
We're open to anything Ruby or Rails related. If you're interested in
attending the (FREE) conference, we'll have sign-up details on our
website (codegear.com) soon.
Joe at CodeGear wrote:
We're open to anything Ruby or Rails related.
I'm trying to figure out why. Is CodeGear perhaps planning to offer tool support for Ruby or Rails at some point? Or just trying to keep in touch with all the Java / C# developers who've left those folds to ride the Rails?