Madison Ruby Conference is a more than one track conference committed to bringing together two great communities. The conference will showcase to locals the assets of the Ruby community and allow visitors to Madison a chance to experience one of the best, brainiest, and least expensive places in the US to live and work.
The Call for Proposals is open until May 31st, 2013.
Need to brush up on Ruby or related technologies? Get a jumpstart just before the conference with world-class workshops by leaders in the community. These one day classes will give you to tools and connections you need to get started or get to the next level. Classes will run from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM and lunch will be provided.
In 1998, local businessman W. Jerome Frautschi made a breathtaking, multimillion dollar commitment for the development of a cultural arts district in downtown Madison. The Overture Foundation was established to solve the space needs of the city's major arts organizations, and internationally famous architect Cesar Pelli designed the project.
Madison Ruby is taking over this venue for three days. Using everything from breakout rooms, such as Rotunda Studio and Wisconsin Studio to the three-hundred and fifty seat Playhouse Theater we have a visually striking environment to inspire and engergize our attendees.