RubyMotion #inspect: New Speakers, Few Tickets Remaining
In a bit more than a month we will be opening the doors to our first RubyMotion conference, 28-29th March in Brussels, Belgium.
We are so excited! Two entire days of 100% RubyMotion talks!
We are announcing 4 new speakers!
- Delisa Mason is a software developer living in Ohio and the creator of the RubyMotion plugin for Redcar, the ruby editor. She will talk about customizing an iOS development workflow using rubies all the way down.
- Austin Seraphin is a blind programmer. In his talk, you will discover exactly how a blind person uses an iOS device and how RubyMotion makes writing accessible apps easier.
- Michael Erasmus is a software developer living in South Africa and also one of the guys making the motioncasts.tv screencasts. In his talk he will cover mixing RubyMotion with CoffeeScript.
- Juan Karam is an iOS developer working for Raku, a consultancy agency in Mexico. In his talk he will unveil the mysteries behind Core Animation and cocos2d and how you can leverage them in RubyMotion.
You can refer to the conference speakers page for the full list of speakers. We are not accepting new speakers proposals at this point.
We will be publishing the final schedule soon, stay tuned!
Few Tickets Remaining
At the time of this writing there are very few tickets left, so we highly recommend that you grab a ticket as soon as possible if you want to come to the conference. We will likely sold out in the next few days.
We are also selling one additional ticket to the training as one of the attendees sadly won’t be able to make it.