I want to remind everyone to register (http://j.mp/rmw-register )
for Ruby Midwest before May 15 to get the Early Bird pricing of $75.
If you’re not already doing so, then be sure to start following @RubyMidwest (http://twitter.com/RubyMidwest) on Twitter to keep up with announcements, contests, and discounts!
I’ve listed the speakers and talks below, but check out the Speakers page (http://rubymidwest.com/speakers.html )
on the website for more details.
* Yehuda Katz - Keynote * Chris Wanstrath - Keynote * Joshua French - A New Set of Wheels: Leveraging Ruby for System Administration * Luigi Montanez - Civic Hacking * John Williams - Cooking 101 - Getting Started with Chef * Kyle J. Ginavan, Ryan Felton - Integration Testing Strategies: Locally and on the Grid * Adam McCrea - jQuery and Rails, Sitting in a Tree * Charles Nutter - JRuby * Aman Gupta & Joe Damato - Memprof: the ruby level memory profiler * Brandon Dimcheff - Metawhat? A look into the mysterious metaclass * Steven Bristol - Mobile Safari Apps * John Hwang - Object Oriented, Unobtrusive CSS * Alex Sharp - Practical Ruby Projects with MongoDB * Travis Swicegood - Pragmatic Guide to Git * Rob Kaufman & Patrick Crowley - Real World Rails: Migrating Legacy Data * Nick Quaranto - Redis: Persistence Power * Jeremy Evans - Ruby Techniques By Example * Mark Daggett - Surviving the last 20%: Indispensable real-world tips and techniques for Facebook development that pick up where Facebook
gems and plugins leave off.
* Wesley Beary - User Experience for Library Designers
* Cory Flanigan - Zero to Hero