RubyMotion #inspect: New Speakers, Early-Bird Ending Soon!
In case you have not heard about it, we are organizing our very first RubyMotion conference, the 28-29th March in Brussels, Belgium.
It will be a 2-day, one-track conference full of short, 100% RubyMotion talks. It will undoubtedly be awesome!
Please see our our previous post for more information about the conference.
The Early-Bird tickets have been going fast, so you better hurry if you still want to take advantage of the 20% discount on the ticket price.
We will be running the Early-Bird discount until January 20th.
We are announcing 4 more awesome speakers!
- Mattt Thompson is the Mobile Lead at Heroku, and the creator & maintainer of AFNetworking and other popular open-source projects, including Postgres.app & Induction. He also writes about obscure & overlooked parts of Cocoa on NSHipster. He will talk about how Ruby hackers built the new Objective-C Open Source community.
- Matt Green is a software developer living in DC and a very early adopter of RubyMotion, as the author of Nitron and webstub. He will discuss how layering can simplify your development process, and show off the new RubyMotion gem he has been working on secretly!
- Marin Usalj is a freelancer iOS developer living in San Francisco. He is one of the maintainers of BubbleWrap, one of the most used RubyMotion library, and he will talk about how using it to quickly building apps with networking, persistence and more.
- Karl Krukow is the CTO of LessPainful, a Danish company that specializes in test automation for mobile. He is one of the core developers of Calabash, an automated test framework for iOS and Android, and he will talk about how it can be integrated with RubyMotion projects.
You can refer to the conference speakers page for the so far full list of speakers. As you can see, the schedule will be excellent!
We will be announcing more speakers soon. If you are interested in sending a talk proposal please do so relatively soon as we will be closing the form by January 20th.
Since our last update, three more awesome companies decided to help us organizing the conference: Nedap, ProcessOne and Belighted. So exciting!
If your company wants to help us by sponsoring the conference, let us know as soon as possible.