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I'm Attending!October 17, 2024October 18, 2024Rubyfuza & friends 2024UTCThe 2024 Rubyfuza & friends conference will be held on October 17 & 18 in Cape Town, South Africa. Started in 2011, Rubyfuza is still the premier Ruby language conference in Africa and has been attracting top local and international Ruby developers for ten years now. Rubyfuza does not only focus on experienced programmers, but also on educating and training new, young programmers, with RailsBridge and Coderetreat being amongst the events we’ve brought to South Africa for the first time. Rubyfuza is a great place to network with passionate software engineers, recruit top talent, and learn new and exciting techniques and technologies.
Rubyfuza has a history of attracting great international keynote speakers. In 2020 we welcomed Avdi Grimm, Ruby legend and Graceful.Dev maintainer. In 2019 we welcomed Piotr Solnica of dry-rb and rom-rb fame. In 2018 we traveled to space with Nate Berkopec. In 2017 we had Coraline Ada Ehmke, in 2016 Sarah Mei, in 2015 Charles Nutter and Aaron Patterson, all recipients of Ruby Hero awards. Rubyfuza is extremely proud to be the first conference where many speakers started their journey on stage. We encourage and welcome first time speakers to present to our warm and welcoming audience.
The event comprises of two days of single-track presentations (17 & 18 Oct). The organisers of Rubyfuza & friends 2024 are encouraging the submission of proposals for 25 minute presentations. Sessions may be geared towards non-expert audiences or focus on topics relevant to experienced developers.Cape Town, South Africa
I'm Attending!March 29, 2023May 24, 2023Women Who Go London Meetup eventsUTCWe are Women of the Go community. Our mission is to help build a more diverse and inclusive Go community. Through outreach, workshops and conferences we grow awareness of the Go language and empower minorities to become participants, collaborators and leaders in the Open Source community.
We are always on the hunt for new speakers, mentors and collaborators!
👉 Join us on Meetup - https://www.meetup.com/women-who-go-london/
🐦 Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/womenwhogolndnLondon, UK