Conferencia Rails Madrid, 13-15th October 2016
What is this?
Conferencia Rails is the most venerable large scale Spanish Ruby and Rails related event. It has held 6 editions, spawned 1 spin-off sister js event, received +1.500 attendees and brought +100 speakers.
This year we will have some workshops on October 13th, and two days full of amazing talks on October 14th and 15th. The conference will take place in Madrid.
We have also a good deal of talk proposals from all around the world.
The selected talks and schedule will be announced here soon.
Meanwhile, check our four confirmed international guest stars:
Ruby, Rails and Rack Core contributor. Renowned speaker at numerous international events, and author of Nokogiri(XML parser) and Psych(YAML parser) Aaron Patterson (@tenderlove) is one of Ruby's most respected and loved programmers. He has improved ActiveRecord substantively in usability and performance and is also on the Ruby and Rails security teams.
Famous for his excellent work on Rails documentation and Rails Guides, Xavier Noria (@fxn) is Member of the Rails core team and Ruby Hero Award winner in RailsConf 2010. A self-employed Ruby developer from Barcelona, he has spoken at numerous Ruby and Rails conferences across the world and is the author of Rails Contributors.
Senior Software Developer based in Seattle, Kerri Miller (@kerrizor) has participated in numerous events around the world spreading her knowledge and voicing her opinions which are very highly regarded in the Ruby community. She is often in the role of bridging the gap between hard demands of technology and the soft desires of business and art. Kerri enjoys teaching among many things and is now part of the Github team.
Godfrey Chan (@chancancode) is a member of the Ruby on Rails core team and an Ember.js contributor. He currently works at Tilde as an in-house Canadian. In his previous life, he was also an award-winning WordPress™ plugin author.
And a lot more you can check out at the speakers page.
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Who are the organizers?
Conferencia Rails is organized by the “Asociación para la Promoción del Desarrollo web” (APRODEWEB) a non-profit, volunteer-driven association to promote web development in Spain. It has been organizing a conference on Ruby and Rails for the past 6 years.