Skills Matter is pleased to support the 3rd annual RubyShift conference taking place in Kiev, Ukraine on 29th - 30th September 2012!
SPEAKERS & SESSIONS
Some speakers and sessions are to be announced. Some published highlights of the conference include:
- Alexey Vasiliev - PostgreSQL in Highload Projects
- Alvaro Videla – Co-author of RabbitMQ book – title of talk To Be Announced
- Nick Sutterer - Off The Tracks — Challenging The Rails Mindset
- Roy Tomeij - Modular & Reusable Front-End Code with HTML5, Sass and CoffeeScript
- Michael Klishin - Becoming an Immutant: A Year with Clojure
- Aleksander Dąbrowski - Sinatra Autopsy
- Lourens Naudé - ZeroMQ: Scriptable sockets
Full details of speaker bios and sessions can be found at rubyshift.org
CALL FOR PAPERS
The final list of speakers and schedule of the conference has not yet been announced. We invite you to share your thoughts with the audience and submit a proposal
for a talk or a workshop.
This year we introduce 30 minute sessions with 45 minute breaks to meet people, grab a bite, and relax a little bit. Workshops are not strictly time-limited, but try sticking to around 2 hours.
TICKETS & REGISTRATION
Registration is open!
This year we have two ticket categories: an Individual ticket for $65 and Supporter ticket for $250. For Supporter one we'll place your logo on the web site and will give you a personal thank you from our team.
We do our best to be closer to the open-source community. Please drop us an email if you contribute or involved in organization of a local group and we'll get you a discount or a free ticket.
Last but not least, we are going to transfer 10% of our ticket revenue to an open-source project of choice to appreciate their hard work. You'll be prompted to choose one from the list on checkout. Feel free to ping us at @rubyshift in case of questions.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Supporter (see description above)...$250
Want to get involved in the discussion? Join the conversation and get all the latest conference updates by following @rubyshift on Twitter.