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RubyNation 2014

Ruby in the Nation's Capitol

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RubyNation will once again bring the best of Ruby to the Mid-Atlantic. Join us June 5-7, 2014 for three incredible days of Ruby and related technologies. The main conference will happen on June 6-7. June 5th will be reserved for workshops and a Rails Girls training session.

RubyNation is a community event run for and by the DC software development community. Come discover how the best minds use the latest technologies to build solutions. Network with other DC area software developers, and discuss the newest emerging trends.

12 speakers

4 sessions

Day 1 Thursday 5th June 2014

Day 2 Friday 6th June 2014

Day 3 Saturday 7th June 2014

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23 known attendees

  • Kevin Hopkins
  • Gray Herter
  • Robb Kidd
  • Dave Aronson
  • Naomi Freeman
  • Hillius Ettinoffe
  • Simon Kaczor
  • Brian Cheung
  • Paul Morganthall
  • KC
  • NationJS
  • Steven Haddox
  • Christophe Lucas
  • Mike Subelsky
  • Terence Lee
  • Sam P
  • Davy Stevenson
  • John Paul Ashenfelter
  • Jano González
  • Daniel Schierbeck
  • Mark Menard
  • Dan Mayer
  • Jim Gay

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  • Cea Stapleton
  • Mike Desjardins
  • Owen Zanzal
  • Nate Boggs
  • Kayla Rose Hinz
  • Beverly Guillermo
  • Jennifer Chen
  • Phil Nash
  • M. Scott Ford
  • Sajad Ghanizada

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