It seems MountainWest had a really high quality level of talks, so give it a thought when choosing which Ruby events to attend next year.
Pretty high praise indeed. It’s entirely in line with the things I heard from many of the attendees as well, so I think it’s safe to say we have a good thing going here.
Helping organize something like this takes a lot of effort (to be honest though, Mike Moore did the lion’s share of the work). As good as it was, I’m looking forward to not having to worry about it for 6 months or so. That doesn’t mean it’s time to stop thinking about regional Ruby conferences though. There are some great events coming up:
- The LoneStar RubyConf has posted their call for papers
- GoRuCo:http://2008.goruco.com/ (the Gotham Ruby Conference) is schedule to run on the 26th of Aprl
- The good folks of the Tulsa.rb are puitting on a Tulsa Ruby Workshop on April 28th
You might even want to pencil in plans to attend MountainWest RubyConf sometime in March next year. I know I want to be there.