Re: [ruby-99] SVRC: Please present an interesting Ruby session at SVCC

From: Ken N.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 1:27 PM
Hi All

Just to throw this out there.

Since there are only 2 sessions and SVCC has a famous flavor of chaos, why not build a list of suggested topic areas (like 5 or 10) within RoR.

This would accomplish more to kick the can.
It could help ignite imagination.
It could loosely connect all the RoR sessions.

Presenters could still do whatever they wanted.
It would self promote all the RoR sessions by referencing then to each other beyond just a language.

Another strategy might also be to allow a team of presenters to attack a single topic.

Cheers


From: Dr Nic <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, August 2,[masked]:12 AM
Subject: Re: [ruby-99] SVRC: Please present an interesting Ruby session at SVCC

1900 people is a lot!

-- 
Dr Nic Williams
Engine Yard, VP Technology
Silicon Valley Ruby Club, President
cell +1 (415)[masked]

On Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at 3:58 AM, DAN BIKLE wrote:
SV-Rubyists,

Currently, We have two (only 2) Ruby sessions at Silicon Valley Code
Camp (SVCC).

But, .NET has 11 (eleven!) sessions.

I encourage you to present an interesting Ruby session at SVCC.

Attendance last year was 1,876.

SVCC dates: Oct 8,9 (Sat, Sun)

Location: Foothill College next to 280 near Stanford

URLs:
- http://staging.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/SubmitSession.aspx
- http://staging.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Sessions.aspx?sortby=title&by=category&tag=22

--Dan


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