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Registration is open for the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise
Conference, which is set for March 26th and 27th in Philadelphia:

http://phillyemergingtech.com/

While a wide variety of technologies and techniques will be represented,
there will a substantial amount of Ruby content at this event.

Below is a partial list of speakers and topics:

* Peter Armstrong, author of Flexible Rails: Flex 3 on Rails 2 (Topic -
Rails on AIR: Best Practices for using Flex 3 and Adobe AIR
with Ruby on Rails 2)

* Giles Bowkett (Topic - Code Generation: The Safety Scissors of
Metaprogramming)

* David Chelimsky, RSpec Lead Developer (Topic - Integration Testing with
RSpec's Story Runner)

* Brian DeLacey, XiuTech (Topic - Web 2.0 and GIS: from Ptolemy to Tufte and
Beyond)

* Toby DiPasquale, Commerce360 (Topic - Enter the Elephant: Massively
Parallel Computing With Hadoop)

* Obie Fernandez, author of The Rails Way (Topic - TBD)

* Yehuda Katz, author of jQuery in Action (Topic - Using jQuery to Rapidly
Build Rich Internet Applications)

* Jon Kern, co-author of The Agile Manifesto (Topic - TBD)

* Ramnivas Laddad, author of AspectJ in Action: Practical Aspect-Oriented
Programming (Topic - AOP in the Enterprise)

* Jeremy McAnally, co-author of Ruby in Practice, author of Mr. Neighborly's
Humble Little Ruby Book (Topic - Glueby? The Why and How of Integration with
Ruby)

* Cliff Moon, Powerset (Topic - ActiveMessaging)

* Joe O'Brien, EdgeCase (Topic - Be Careful, Your Java is Showing)

* Chris Wanstrath, Err Free (Topic - The Launch: Bringing a Rails Site to
Life)

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