Jamie van Dyke

Jamie van Dyke
Freelancer, Fear of Fish

Website | @fearoffish

Jamie van Dyke has been a Rails developer since the beginning of 2005, working with some of the major players in the web market. He also played a large part in the documenting of Rails for the Caboose Documentation Project and teaches others on his blog and in training sessions around the world. Jamie is a core Rails contributor, and the publisher of multiple gems and plugins.


Location: Portland Ballroom 255 Level: Novice
Ezra Zygmuntowicz (EngineYard), Jamie van Dyke (Fear of Fish), Tom Mornini (Engine Yard)
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