Chariot Solutions is proud to be able to bring some of the top speakers in the Ruby and Rails communities to our region. This conference is not just for those who already know and love Ruby. It also features an exceptional lineup for beginners, including Jeremy McAnally's "Humble Little Ruby Talk" and an introductory Rails talk by Amy Hoy. If you have colleagues or friends who are just getting started with Ruby or who are have not gotten around to looking into Ruby yet — this is an ideal conference to bring them to. Ruby East will be a valuable experience for anyone who wants to learn more about Rails or Ruby.
David A. Black
Author of Ruby for Rails and Rails Routing, Trainer
Author of The Ruby Way
Ruby/Rails Interaction Design Guru, Author, Co-founder Hyphenated People
Merb framework creator, Co-founder of Engine Yard, Author of Deploying Rails Applications
Just getting started with Ruby and Ruby on Rails? Join us Thursday, September 27th for a full day of hands-on training delivered by expert Rubyists in a casual classroom setting. You'll spend the morning learning the ins and outs of the powerful Ruby programming language, before moving on to an afternoon of fast-paced Ruby on Rails development.
Our instructors have delivered feature rich and rock solid Ruby systems in environments ranging from small fledgling startups to large Fortune 500 enterprises. Throughout the day, they'll offer practical advice on tools, project layout, team development, performance tuning, deployment and more.
In the end, you'll leave with a laptop full of code, the confidence of hands-on experience and everything you need to start taking advantage of the power and productivity of Ruby.
What is Ruby for Change?
The Ruby for Change idea came together at the Ruby Hoedown conference in August of 2007. What started as a small Birds of a Feather (BoF) discussion began an effort to do good with our programming skills.Codefest @ Ruby East Saturday, September 29th
Our first event will be held in conjunction with the Ruby East conference. Our Codefest will take place at the same location on the following day, Saturday, September 29th.
The Codefest will run approximately 9AM to 4PM. During that time a team of somewhere between 2 and 20 will collaborate to create a functional project. The front-runner concept is a file management application.
Your $100 admission fee includes breakfast and lunch.