I just finished editing and uploading Jeff Casimir’s top-rated education talk, “How to Teach Anything to Anybody, Even Your Dev Team.” The talk is now available online at rubynation.blip.tv. Check it out now!
It’s official. The DevIgnition 2010 conference is sold out. It only took 12 days for the event to sell out. You can still sign up for the waiting list, though. You might still get a ticket if other attendees cancel out.
If you haven’t heard the news, RailsConf 2011 will be held in Baltimore, MD from May 16-19, 2011. This will be its second year in Baltimore.
The Northern Virginia Ruby Users Group (NOVARUG) is hosting its 50th meeting tonight. David Keener will be one of the speakers at the event, and his topic will be “Web Services Specification.”
DevIgnition tickets are going quickly. Tickets have only been available for 4 days, and we’re about one-third sold out already. So get you ticket soon because they’ll probably all be gone within a week.
I’m one of the organizers of the new DevIgnition Conference, which will be held December 3, 2010 at the Oracle building in Reston, VA. Tickets will be released to prospective attendees on Monday, October 18th.
Here’s a very nice write-up from MetroStar Systems regarding my latest speaking engagement at SunnyConf in Phoenix, AZ.
Note: The link has been removed because the relevant blog entry is no longer available.