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It’s That Time of The Year Again: Railsconf!

Published: April 27th, 2009

Railsconf, where all the geeks of the Rails world gather together. This will be my third Railsconf in a row. I’m amazed at how time has passed.

Three Years Strong

It’s that time of the year again… Railsconf 2009! I can’t believe this is going to be my third year going to Railsconf. Can you believe how long you’ve been involved in Ruby and Rails these days? It’s… almost scary how time has gone by.

Vegas? Drunk!

I’m really psyched for this Railsconf. I think Vegas is a good change from Portland. However… there may be one problem: lots of drunk geeks during the conference. Though that situation may lead to quite a hilarious predicament, and that’s entirely welcome.

What are you looking forward to?

What talks are you looking forward to? I actually have not looked at the schedule at all. I should probably get on that within the next couple days. I’m curious to what you’re going to attend though.

Are you going? Let’s meet up

Anyway, who’s going? Would anyone like to get together? Geek out? Hack out? Drink up? Get in touch with me and let’s have some fun.

One week to go!

Glad your stoked about RailsConf, Daniel! In case you haven’t noticed on the schedule yet, you can click on the little calendar icon by each talk to create a personal schedule. When you visit each individual session description page, there’s a list of talks other people interested in that one are going to, so that’s a way to get recommendations if you need any. Finally, we also have an online Attendee Directory this year–once you log in, you can see who else is going, search for people, DM ‘em, and more. Hope that helps you connect at the show!

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