|Eric Snyder on 14 Mar 2007 19:48:39 -0000|
The upcoming Emerging Technologies For The Enterprise conference, being held at Drexel U. on the 28th and 29th of this month, has a great lineup of speakers presenting on Ruby and Rails related topics. Among these are our own Toby DiPasquale who will be presenting "Comet: Low-Latency Collaborative Web Applications" and Erin Mulder who will be presenting "Ruby In The Enterprise". I'm not going to miss those. Other presenters include:
- David Black, author of "Ruby for Rails: Ruby Techniques for Rails Developers" and major contributor to the Ruby community in so many ways, will be presenting "Rails Routing Roundup". - Geoffrey Grosenbach, host of the "Ruby On Rails" podcast and author of the PeepCode series will be presenting "Accessible Ajax Development with Ruby on Rails". - Amy Hoy, of Slash7 (http://www.slash7.com/), will be presenting "When Interface Design Attacks!" - Andrew Kortina, Rails Developer and contributor to WeMusicStore.com, CityJoints.com, and MyCampusPost.com, will be presenting "Application of Market Tracking Concepts in Rails". - Brian McCallister, Core Architect of Ning and VP of Apache Software Foundation will be presenting "Rails 101".
These are just the Ruby/Rails related presentations, for a full list please see the conference site at http://www.phillyemergingtech.com. Note that while the conference is 2 days, you can register for just one day.
In the interest of full disclosure I do work for Chariot Solutions, the sponsor of the event. This is a great lineup of Ruby and Rails content and I think I would be remiss not to mention it. If the Ruby community is well represented at this conference there is the possibility of a regional Ruby/Rails conference in the future. I would really like to see that happen. I think our group could play a significant role.
-Eric _______________________________________________ To unsubscribe or change your settings, visit: http://lists.phillyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/talk