RailsConf 2014 License Winners Announcement
Last weekend I looked back on the past few months and remembered the most exciting events of this Spring. Of course, I couldn’t help but think of RailsConf 2014. RailsConf always gives us a boost of energy as well as some good food for thought. We want to heartily thank all of you who came to our booth and shared your ideas and inspiration!
We’re finally ready to announce the 10 lucky personal license winners. The applicants’ names for the draw came from our booth attendees’ name tags and from the contacts left on the tablet. As a representative of Fortune, there was a simple RubyMotion app that randomly chose the following names:
- Joseph Caudle
- Sean Elder
- Mike Vila
- Chris Hutchins
- Katelyn Perry
- Brian Nash
- Jeremy Wells
- Mike Ballou
- Eddie Dombrowski
- Artur Gaifutdinov
A personal message will be sent to each of the winners with the details on how to obtain the license. If you see your name in the list above and you do not get any e-mail from us during the day, ping us here in the comments.
And just to remind you of the conference days, a couple of pictures from Justin (all the photos can be found here):
And a small interview:
You are also welcome to take a look at the blog post from Justin with his talk recorded.
See you next year in Atlanta!
JetBrains RubyMine Team
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