The Deccan Ruby Conference, the first of its name, will be held in Pune on 19 July 2014, at the Hyatt Regency in Pune.
The call for talk proposals is now open, and will remain open until 5th June.
Submitting a talk proposal is the first step towards making this conference a big success, and in general making Pune’s active tech scene even more awesome.
If you have any question, write to the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Conference
Ruby is fun and this is our idea of having fun while organising a conference. A one-day, single-track conference that starts early and ends late! The conference boasts of workshops and talks for both beginners and experts, a lavish party at a local brewery and a potential Futsal tournament among conference attendees! (After all the World Cup finals would have been just a week earlier). For people staying on till Sunday, we plan to organise a trip to Sinhagad (a fort near Pune that has some pristine scenery and a rich history that will leave you speechless). A good easy 1 hour trek for those who want more than just some football.
“Hou De Karcha” (Let there be expense)
Ticket sales for those interested in just attending the conference are now open, and at the time this article is written, you can still get early bird prices:
- Early bird tickets will go at Rs. 1,150
- Standard tickets will be at Rs. 1,850.
“Hou De Shikshan” (Let there be education)
Pune being a student city (yes – there are about 150 colleges just inside the City!), in a very unique way, we are allowing Companies to sponsor students while getting access to hiring budding Rubyists. Read more about this in the Sponsorship Prospectus!
“Hou De Tota” (Let there be loss)
Welcome sponsors! More details in the Sponsorship Prospectus but here are the sponsor slabs:
- Lai Bhari: Rs. 1,00,001
- Bhari: Rs. 40,001
- Abhari: Rs. 12,501
Note: Do not miss the 1 Re. “shagun” (good luck).
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