Includes access to the recorded sessions after the live event.
The Rails Online Conference is now over. If you registered for the online conference, you will receive a link to the audio recording via email shortly.
Rails 3 is taking its final shape, so there's no better time to take a close look at the work that's been done in the past year. Join us for a series of talks on everything you'll need to get started with it – from creating a new application, to upgrading from Rails 2, to the foundation that makes it all possible.
Rails 3 is a lot of things. Yehuda will go through the important high-level changes, giving you a starting point for digging into the improvements the Rails team has made for Rails 3.
This talk will give an overview of what has improved with a highlight reel of some of the best parts.
Rails 3 is the clear choice for new apps, but is it worth porting your apps running on Rails 2.3 and older?
Program subject to refinement. All talks are 30 minutes, with a 15 minute break at US-PST: 10:00am (US-EST: 1:00pm). The entire conference will be recorded and made available to attendees free of charge afterwards.
A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are available for Rails Online Conference. To sponsor Rails Online Conference and for general sponsorship information, contact Yvonne Romaine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chad Fowler is an internationally known software developer, trainer, manager, speaker, and musician. Over the past decade he has worked with some of the world's largest companies and most admired software developers. He loves to program computers and, as part of his role as CTO of InfoEther, Inc., spends much of his time solving hard problems for customers in the Ruby language. He is co-organizer of RubyConf and RailsConf and author or co-author of a number of popular software books, including the recently released "The Passionate Programmer: Creating a Remarkable Career in Software Development".
Ben Scofield is the Technology Director for Viget Labs, where he has worked with a variety of companies to clarify strategies and build their web presences. He has been an active participant in the Ruby and Rails communities, contributing to open source projects, and speaking at various events. In addition, he has worked over the past year to bring together developers from different fields through a series of local events held around the country.
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