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Philly Event: Matz, Chad Fowler, Yehuda Katz, Jim Weirich, Douglas Crockford, many others

From: Andrea O. K. W.
Sent on: Friday, January 13, 2012 1:49 PM
Registration is open for the 7th Annual Philly Emerging Tech Conference (a.k.a. Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise), which is set for April 10 - April 11 at the Society Hill Sheraton in Philadelphia.

To register for this 2-day, 5-track event:

The Early Bird rate, available through February 15, is $375 per person. If you can take advantage of the group discount (4 colleagues or friends, not necessarily from the same company, registering at the same time), the Early Bird price goes down to $281.25 per person.

The conference has sold out the few years.

Speakers include:

Yukihiro Matsumoto
creator, Ruby Programming Language

Chad Fowler
VP Engineering, LivingSocial
author, The Passionate Programmer

Yehuda Katz
Ember.js, jQuery, Ruby on Rails core developer

Douglas Crockford
Senior JavaScript Architect at Yahoo!

Cliff Click
Chief JVM Architect, Azul Systems

Alex Payne
CTO, Simple Finance

Jim Weirich
Creator of the Ruby build tool, rake

Jacqui Maher
New York Times Interactive News Technologies

Trevor Burnham,
author, CoffeeScript: Accelerated JavaScript Development

Zach Holman
developer, GitHub

Martin Thompson
contributor, Disruptor Concurrent Framework

Nathan Marz
Lead Engineer, Twitter's Publisher Analytics
Creator, Storm framework for realtime computation

The list of confirmed speakers to date is here:

More speakers and session abstracts will be added over the next few weeks.

Our Sponsors

  • AlphaSights

    Generously hosts and provides food and beverages for the meetup.

  • ThoughtWorks

    Generously hosts and provides food and beverages for the meetup.

  • Pivotal Labs

    Pivotal Labs generously donates meeting space.

  • Case Commons

    Case Commons provides food and beverages for the meetup.

  • The Pragmatic Bookshelf

    The Pragmatic Bookshelf donates their top notch books to the meetup.

  • Magnetic

    Magnetic generously hosts Ruby Meetups.

  • O'Reilly Books

    Providing print resources from a variety of publishers

  • Crowdtap

    Generously hosts roundtable discussions.

  • SmartLogic

    SmartLogic makes sure we are neither hungry nor thirsty

  • Big Fuel


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