The Gotham Ruby Conference is a one-day event that will take place in New York City on Saturday, April 21st. It will be a technical conference aimed at highly motivated programmers interested in all things Ruby. You’ll spend the day among Rubyists, Rails developers, and language enthusiasts in New York City, home of Silicon Alley. The agenda will feature six speakers and an open session of lightning talks by attendees.
We’ll be starting the day at 9:00 am with registration, and the last talk will conclude at 6:45 pm. Google is providing space at their new Manhattan office, in addition to breakfast and lunch. Click here for more information about the venue. We can accommodate a wide range of dietary restrictions; if you have any special needs you should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. An afterparty for attendees will be provided at a local bar later that evening.
Attendance is limited to 120 people. Unfortunately we are sold out and the waiting list is full.
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GoRuCo is a joint effort by volunteers from NYC.rb and the New Haven Ruby Brigade.
Posted by Administrator on Jan 20, 2007