Meet the RubyMine Team at RailsConf 2014 in Chicago, Illinois
Since 2006, RailsConf has been the largest gathering of Rails developers in the world, and for most of that time, Rubyists as well. We first joined the conference in 20o9 and since then RailsConf is one of the main events of the year for our team.
We’ve been looking forward to RailsConf 2014 and it’s meeting all of our expectations. The first day was great with interesting and inspiring talks that included ours with Justin Gordon, JetBrains Technical Evangelist. But the most exciting part for us is meeting you face-to-face, the top Rails talent, companies, and project owners from around the world, and listening to your feedback personally.
So if you have any questions, are interested in catching a demo or two, or just looking for company over a cup of coffee during the break, you’re most welcome to join us at the most colorful JetBrains/RubyMine booth in the expo hall April 23-24! We will also be wearing our RubyMine t-shirts so you can easily find us around the show.
Here we are:
We would be pleased to meet you! By the way, if you’re interested in pairing with Justin, he’ll be at AirPair 11:00 to 11:30 today.
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