A full day of training that will include sessions aimed at improving both your Rails and Spree skills. Sessions will cover: Rails 3.x, Spree and Travis-CI
Join the Spree team at the conference hotel for a few hours of hacking on Spree. Help us work on features, tests and documentation or just come and hangout and find out more about how our project works behind the scenes.
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Bre is CEO of Makerbot, a company that produces robots that make things. Bre is also a founder of NYCResistor, a hacker collective in Brooklyn.
Scott Chacon is a Git evangelist and developer working at GitHub. Scott has presented all over the world including LinuxConf.au, OSCON, RuPy, Symfony Live, Ruby Kaigi, RailsConf and RubyConf.
Ryan McGeary is a freelance software consultant, business starter, speaker, and amateur triathlete. He is also a partner and co-founder of BusyConf, a conference organizing web application.
Jeff is the founder of Jumpstart Lab and spends his time traveling the world teaching and speaking about Ruby, Rails and jQuery.
Wynn has considerable experience with large scale e-commerce deployments who is probably best known as the host of the popular Changelog show.
Ryan is the receipient of a 2010 Ruby Hero award for his outstanding contributions to the Rails community. He is also a Stack Overflow ninja and co-author of the Rails 3 In Action book.
Sean is the creator of Spree and cofounder of Spree Commerce where he serves as CEO. He is also a longtime Open Source enthusiast.
Brian is the cofounder and CTO of Spree Commerce. He has been using Ruby for fun and profit for several years now (before Rails 1.0.) He is also the author of the very innovative Deface project.
Neil is the cofounder and CEO of Sailthru. His company is providing innovative solutions in the email delivery and recommendation spaces.
Jeff is CTO of Rails Dog and author of the popular spree_flexi_variant extension. He can often be found making upgrades to the popular Stickermule site.
Josh is one of the top 30 Rails contributors and has been working with the framework since 2008. He's also one of Amsterdam.rb's organizers, and a core member of the Travis-CI team.
Join us after the conference for a few hours of drinking and conversation courtesy of Github. The Spree team will be in attendance along with most of our speakers.