[Ironruby-core] [ANN] Join us for Vancouver's 1st (Iron)RubyCamp @ WorkSpace on January 26th, 2008

Gerald Bauer geraldbauer2007 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 23 21:58:44 EST 2007


Hello IronRubyists,

    You are invited to (Iron)RubyCamp 2008 in Vancouver on Saturday,
January 26th.

  RubyCamp is an one-day gathering for (Iron)Rubyists and Railers.

 When and Where:

 WorkSpace in downtown Vancouver, B.C., Canada
 January 26th, 2008 from 9:00 to 5:00

 Who Should Come:

 Anyone who's interested in Ruby and Rails, whether you're just
interested in learning what this Ruby thing is all about or you know
Ruby inside out.

 The Conference Track:

A conference-style track with "classic" talks on Ruby or Rails topics.
We're looking for a few more speakers including talks about IronRuby,
so see
http://rubycamp.wordpress.com/about/#talks if you're interested in
giving a talk.

 The Hackathon Track:

An informal un-conference track focusing on hacking some Ruby code,
showing off a cool feature you just added to your Rails application or
demonstrating a new addition to Rails 2.0. If you're interested in
working on some code or showing off something, get started by
promoting your ideas and getting some buzz going:
http://rubycamp.wordpress.com/about/#hackathon .

 A Weekend of Ruby:

 There are two more reasons to come to Vancouver for those of you who
are out of town.

On the Friday before RubyCamp, Rails Advance is giving a one day
intermediate Ruby and Rails workshop (incl. Facebook and Mobile Web)
(http://railsadvance.com/workshop).

On the Sunday after RubyCamp, Peter Armstrong is giving a one day
workshop on using Flex and Rails (http://www.flexiblerails.com/workshops).

 About Vancouver:

Vancouver is located in Beautiful British Columbia on Canada's Pacific
West Coast. While you're in the 2010 Winter Olympics City take
advantage of the great snowboarding and skiing in nearby
Whistler/Blackcomp or Cypress Mountain.

For more information, see http://rubycamp.wordpress.com

See you all at RubyCamp in Vancouver.

 Cheers.

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