If you are in the mid-atlantic region (or further if you love to drive), then come on out to Richmond Code Camp 2008.2 this Saturday October 4th! There is going to be almost 40 different presentations (by around 35 different presenters) spread across 7 different tracks. Those tracks are as follows:
Career and Profession
Database and Business Intelligence
Mobile Application Development
There is going to be a little bit of something for everyone! I am giving a talk in the Emerging Languages track on IronRuby called “Microsoft N’ Ruby Sittin’ in a Tree”. It is going to be an overview of the Ruby language in order to give you a bit of an idea about what Ruby can do for you. I will hope to touch on many of the best parts of Ruby and hopefully leave you wanting to learn more. Isn’t that what good presentations are really about? I mean, honestly, what can you really learn in an hour? You can get a good overview, but what presentations do for me is to get me started in the right direction so that I can explore and learn further.
If you would like to attend, then please sign up! The Code Camp leadership and I would love to see you there!
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