Rails Underground '09
takes place on 24-25th July in London at the Royal National Hotel.This event will encompass cutting-edge subjects, the latest developments and the considerable benefits of the Rails platform.
We already have an exciting line-up, including:
- Yehuda Katz, Engine Yard
- Jason Hoffman, CTO, Joyent
- Dr Nic Williams, Mocra
- Geoffey Grosenbach, Peepcode, Nuby on Rails
- Maik Schmidt, author of Enterprise Integration and Enterprise Recipes with Ruby and Rails
- David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails, will also be available for a videoconference Q&A session!
To view a full list of speakers and sessions please click here.
New to Rails?
Ruby and Rails are both fantastic tools for producing better quality code: faster, cheaper, more readable and more maintainable. The community is growing and new technologies (like Maglev, IronRuby & JRuby and the upcoming features in Rails 3) are enriching the Ruby world every day. If you don't know about Ruby and Rails yet, now is the time to find out more.
A Rails Pro?
I'm sure you agree that 2009 has already been a great year for Rails. There have been lots of exciting news and developments in the last few weeks, the community is vibrant and enthusiastic and, with more eagerly anticipated updates on the way, there's never been a better time to get more involved or hone your techniques. Come along and find out more; or come along and tell us what you know.
We hope this will be also be a great opportunity to meet other Rails developers, IT professionals and enthusiasts, do a bit of networking, pitch your ideas and meet more members of the community.
If you have any suggestions, or ideas for talks, please contact the organisers at email@example.com
or leave a comment or join the google group. Otherwise, please subscribe to our news feed
, and keep in touch!
Tickets and Special Skills Matter Community Discount
Tickets normally cost £240, but Skills Matter has negotiated a special reduced rate of just £200 for its community members so book online now
to save £40 from the ticket price!