I’m very excited to announce that New Relic has graciously offered to giveaway a ticket to the SOLD OUT conference. For a chance to win all you need to do is send a tweet to @newrelic describing your favorite RPM feature (while also mentioning @goruco).
Winner will be chosen at random and notified after 9 a.m. ET tomorrow, May 21st.
196 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This is a great opportunity to get to meet some of the team who will be in from San Francisco for the conference as well as hang out with fellow attendees.
No RSVP required - hope to see you there!
Our friends over at 10Gen have graciously offered a discount to GoRuCo attendees for their Mongo NYC conference which just happens to be the day prior to GoRuCo. This looks to be a great event and a perfect compliment to the awesomeness that will be next Saturday.
Use the code ”goruco” when registering to save 10%.
Looks like we’ve sold out - that was sure quick!
Congrats to everyone who grabbed a seat - sorry to those who didn’t.
If you purchased but can’t come please let us know as there is still lot of people who’d be willing to buy your seat.
Registration is now open for Gotham Ruby Conference, May 22nd in New York City.
Register now! Yeah!
- Nick Gauthier on faster testing
- Aman Gupta on memory profiling
- Luke Melia on managing Ruby teams
- Alex MacCaw on building desktop applications with Bowline
- Paul Dix on performant web service clients
- James Golick speak on scaling lessons learned
Tickets are $175 each and include breakfast, lunch, and the famous GoRuCo after-party, ending the day in fantastic company with a night on the town! The adventures only begin as the conference closes.
Check the site for updates and logistics, and follow @goruco for updates and spicy tidbits.
See you in May!
GoRuCo, a one-day, single-track event in New York City dedicated to everything Ruby, is now accepting sponsors inquires. This conference will be held on Saturday, May 22nd in the Manhattan campus of Pace University, our hosts for the day.
GoRuCo is headed by leaders in the region’s Ruby and Rails community, including founders of the New York City Ruby user group, and past speakers at the International Ruby Conference and RailsConf. GoRuCo’s sold-out 2007, 2008 and 2009 conferences have been highly acclaimed by both local and visiting Rubyists and this year looks to be just as good.
We are happy to announce that we have finalized our list of speakers for GoRuCo 2010. We’re very excited about this program and are looking forward to May 22nd. Please keep your eye on this space or our twitter for information on registration and more details on the talks in the days to come.
Our 2010 speaker lineup is:
- Nick Gauthier on how to Grease your Suite: Tips and Tricks for Faster Testing
- Aman Gupta on memprof: the ruby level memory profiler
- Luke Melia on Managing Ruby Teams
- Alex MacCaw on Bowline - Ruby Desktop Applications
- Paul Dix on Building Web Service Clients with ActiveModel
- James Golick on real-world experiences scaling a Rails site to 150 million monthly pageviews
We’re back for our 4th straight year and ready once again to prove why GoRuCo is one of the premier regional Ruby conferences which you’re not going to want to miss.
Make sure to mark off May 22nd, 2010 in your calendars. Stay tuned to the site over the next few weeks for more details.
The Gotham Ruby Conference, a one-day, single-track event in New York City, is now accepting proposal papers. GoRuCo will be held on May 22nd, 2010 on the Manhattan campus of Pace University, our hosts for the day.
GoRuCo is a technical conference aimed at highly motivated programmers interested in all things Ruby. You’ll spend the day among leading Rubyists, innovators and developers in New York City, home of Silicon Alley. Past topics have ranged from pragmatic new approaches to design and testing, to pioneering language application and far-reaching abstractions.
We are looking for individual speakers and moderated panel discussions. We will have around seven slots, depending on the quantity and quality of the proposals we receive.
The majority of the day’s content will be individual talks. Our speakers will receive:
- Free attendance to the event.
- A $300 honorarium.
- A $600 travel reimbursement if you live outside of the tri-state region.
Talks should be at most 40 minutes long, including time for questions and discussion. A good proposal paper for your talk will include:
- An explanation or outline of your talk.
- A short biographical statement about you and your involvement in the Ruby community.
- Your city and state of residence.
All proposals must specify exactly who will be presenting. For example, we will not accept proposals from companies unless they specify who will be presenting on behalf of the company. Presentations may be given by more than one person, but multiple speakers will split the honorarium and travel reimbursement.
We are also accepting proposals for panel discussions composed of a moderator and up to four panelists. Panel moderators and panelists will receive free admission, but no honorarium and no travel reimbursement.
Panel discussions should be at most 40 minutes long, including time for questions from the audience. A good proposal paper for your panel discussion will include:
- An explanation or outline of the topic under discussion.
- A full list of up to four panelists.
- Short biographical statements of the moderator and panelists.
- The state of residence of the moderator and panelists.
If you are submitting a proposal for a panel discussion, we ask that you get a firm commitment from your panelists to appear at GoRuCo if your panel is accepted. We understand that last-minute changes are likely when coordinating a group; however, we reserve the right to remove a panel from our schedule if the panel changes drastically from what was originally proposed. Please make it easy on everybody by only proposing a panel if you are fairly certain that most of your panelists can make it.
Local speakers and panel moderators
GoRuCo believes in highlighting local talent. We reserve at least two slots for local speakers or panels. Individual talks and panels will be considered local if at least half of the participants are from the tri-state region - that is, within typical commuting distance of Manhattan. In the past, these slots have been less competitive than the other talk slots, so if you live in the tri-state region we strongly urge you to submit a proposal.
We will be videotaping all the talks and panels, and making this video freely available online. You should be okay with this if you are submitting a talk or a panel, and if you are submitting a panel, all of your panelists should be okay with this.
How to submit
Please send all proposals to email@example.com by 11:59 PM EST on March 26, 2010. You should receive confirmation that we have received your proposal within 48 hours of submitting it.
If you have any questions about the proposal process or other conference related questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the conference itself, check the conference website or follow @goruco on Twitter for updates.