RailsConf 2008 will take place in Berlin, Germany September 2 - 4, 2008
RailsConf is *the* official event for the growing Rails community. If you're passionate about Rails and what it helps you achieve--or are curious about how Rails can help you create web frameworks better and faster--RailsConf Europe is the place for you.
Rails is written in Ruby, an object-oriented scripting language with roots in Perl, Lisp, and Smalltalk, but particularly popular in the Agile development community and among programmers who value elegance, flexibility, and readability. Rails developers leverage the strengths of the Ruby language at every phase of application development, from database initialization to HTML templating.
The European developer community showed itself to be deeply interested in Rails at RailsConf Europe 2007, and the co-presenters of that event, Ruby Central and O'Reilly Media, are coming back to do it again. RailsConf Europe 2008, happening 2-4 September 2008 in Berlin, will feature presentations, keynotes, and tutorials by experts from the full spectrum of Rails techniques and practices. Seasoned Rails practitioners and newcomers alike will find a program honed to their particular interests and needs. Learn more about RailsConf Europe
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