RubyMine team trips roundup
RubyMine team has been on the road lately visiting some cool Ruby/Rails events:
RubyConf’09: this was a great one, with lots of interesting talks and ideas around the Ruby development. Make sure you seen Gregg Pollack’s RubyConf in 22 mins video as well as other videos from this conference.
RoR eXchange: organized by Skills Matters company this conference was both interesting and enjoyable. We talked to attendees about RubyMine and gave away 5 RubyMine licenses for the raffle.
While staying in San Francisco and London we had a chance to visit some of the customers that use RubyMine, such as Pivotal Labs, Twitter and ThoughtWorks. We’ve been demoing some new RubyMine stuff, showing our new Projects and sharing ideas. A very nice addition to conferences!
If you know of an interesting Ruby community event in your area give us a shout! We’re always happy to meet face-to-face.
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