Below is a brief summary of our April 2014 event.
When & Where
Our event was on the 25th and 26th of April 2014 at the Siyelo offices in Cape Town. Please go to our meetup page for more details.
We've run events in July 2013, October 2013, and January 2014. Read the July review, the October review, and the January review to see how things went.
All the documentation is online at docs.railsbridgecapetown.org.
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Stuart Corbishley is an experienced software developer specializing in Ruby, Rails and systems integration. Having a background in scaling and automation he is also a practiced photographer, bringing a passion for simple and beautiful designs inside and out.
Glenn Roberts kicks ass, and persists names in a nosql database.
Rory McKinley has been letting software escape into the wild for more than 12 years. He works at Hetzner, where he is lucky enough to work with people who are a lot smarter than he is.
Elizabeth Braae is a philosopher-turned-programmer who works for a small web start-up. Her interests include node.js, formal logic, and dinosaurs.
Wiehann Radyn has been using Ruby on Rails to create elegant software for the past 5 years. He currently works at Platform45.
Steve Barnett has a background in Maths and finance and started work as a Front End Developer in 2005, escaping to South Africa from his native England. He works at Flow Interactive, and he’s most interested in the multi-device world and making the web accessible to all. You can find him at naga.co.za or on Twitter as @maxbarners.
Cara Turner is an agile coach with a passion for creating a positive working experience in complex environments. Facilitation is her tool of choice to harness team knowledge and direct meaningful change. Her ultimate aim is for us all to find autonomy, mastery and purpose in our work.
At Siyelo, we help build new companies, and improve the technology of existing ones.
Venue and Food/Drinks
At Hetzner South Africa we are passionate about web hosting - it’s our core business and it’s what we do best.
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The largest Ruby on Rails development agency in London and Cape Town.
Our goal is simple: to improve the lives of developers and have done so for 10 years. We create timely, practical books, audio books and videos on classic and cutting-edge topics to help you learn and practice your craft. We're here to make your life easier. Our titles do not contain any Digital Restrictions Management, we pioneered the "beta book" concept; we'll email your ebook to your Kindle and synch your ebooks amongst your devices via Dropbox, and you can re-download your purchases at any time.
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