Laurent is the creator of RubyMotion and the conference organizer. He will welcome you at the conference, serve you beer and will also talk about code optimization techniques.
Eloy is a professional gesticulator at Fingertips and a long-time RubyMotion hacker. He will talk about writing functional tests and also cover CocoaPods, the package manager he invented.
Nick is a programmer at 37signals and also one of the mechanics behind rubygems.org. In his talk he will share tips about how can a Rubyist can jump in the iOS world and ship stuff easily.
Mattt Thompson is the Mobile Lead at Heroku, and the creator and maintainer of popular open-source projects. He will talk about how Rubyists shaped the Objective-C community.
In a past life Rich wrote parts of RubyGems, organized RailsConf and RubyConf, helped creating RubyMotion and was a VP at LivingSocial. These days, Rich is hacking on a very cool RubyMotion project!
Jonathan is the mad scientist behind Navel Labs and also the scribbler-in-chief at Cocoa Manifest. In his talk he will explore the subtleties of the CoreData framework. Be prepared!
Joshua is a software engineer at BurnSide Digital and a former long-time Apple employee. He will talk about the life and times of an object, or, how to debug memory-related bugs.
Mateus is a computer scientist for the largest European telecom and also a long-time RubyMotion hacker. His talk will focus on iOS concurrency patterns such as GCD and NSOperationQueue.
Colin is an iOS developer working for Simple Energy and an early RubyMotion user. He will talk about Teacup, a powerful library to build user interfaces that he co-authored with Conrad Irwin.
Clay is a key RubyMotion contributor, having written several tutorials, including a book for the Pragmatic Programmers, and having worked on numerous libraries. He will talk about writing wrappers for iOS.
Amit is a Rubyist working for India's largest IT company and also an early RubyMotion developer. He will talk about creating interactive data visualization charts.
Dennis is the RubyMine project lead developer at JetBrains. He will talk about RubyMine and how you can use it to get more from RubyMotion.
Matt Green is a software developer and the author of Nitron and other RubyMotion libraries. He will discuss how layering can simplify your development process, and show off his new gem!
Marin Usalj is a freelancer iOS developer living in San Francisco. He is one of the maintainers of BubbleWrap and he will talk about how using it to quickly building apps with networking, persistence and more.
Karl is the CTO of LessPainful, a company that specializes in test automation for mobile. He will talk about Calabash, the testing framework they develop, and how it can be integrated with RubyMotion projects.
Delisa is a software developer at Neo and creator of the RubyMotion plugin for Redcar, the ruby editor. She will talk about customizing an iOS dev workflow using rubies all the way down.
Austin is a blind programmer. In his talk, you will discover exactly how a blind person uses an iOS device and how RubyMotion makes writing accessible apps easier.
Michael is a software developer living in South Africa and also one of the guys making the motioncasts.tv screencasts. In his talk he will cover mixing RubyMotion with CoffeeScript.
Juan is an iOS developer working for Raku, a consultancy agency in Mexico. In his talk he will unveil the mysteries behind Core Animation and cocos2d and how you can leverage them in RubyMotion.
Abhishek will be joined by Akshat Paul, they are both tech leads at McKinsey and authors of an upcoming RubyMotion book. They will talk about CoreMotion and how you can make an intuitive app using sensors.
“Your first conference in a UNESCO world heritage site”
Capital of Belgium and de-facto capital of Europe, Brussels has superb air, rail and road connections. Getting there is easy.
The conference will be held in an elegant “Maison de Maitre” located right on Brussels' historical square, the Grand-Place.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Grand-Place is one of the most beautiful squares of the world, and is also the center of the city, surrounded by hotels, restaurants and bars.
Traditional Belgian food and beverages will be served on-site.
On Friday night you are invited to an awesome after-party at the Halles Saint-Géry.
Once a chapel, a public square then a market, the Halles Saint-Gery are now a popular place to hang out and have fun!.
There are numerous pubs and restaurants around what was Brussels' largest island, 1500 years ago.