ERRR 2014. Sorry - bad subject.


On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 9:33 PM, Stephen Schor <beholdthepanda / gmail.com>wrote:

> The 2014 Gotham Ruby Conference (GORUCO) will be held *Saturday, June 21
> 2014* in New York City and is accepting talk proposals at
> http://bit.ly/goruco-2014-cfp.
> *Proposals are due by 11:59:59.0 PM ET on March 14th, 2014.*
>
> GORUCO is a one-day, single-track technical conference attended by
> motivated programmers.
> With 250 attendees and hundreds more watching the live stream, this is a
> great speaking opportunity for any technologist!
>
> We will be accepting two talk formats:
>
>   * 30 minute full-length talks, plus Q&A... or
>   * 10 minute micro-talks
>
> All speakers will receive free attendance to the event. In addition those
> speakers selected for a full-length talk will receive:
>
>   * A $300 honorarium
>   * A $600 travel reimbursement if you live outside of the tri-state region
>
> GORUCO believes in highlighting local talent and we reserve at least two
> slots for local speakers.
> In the past, these slots have been less competitive than the other talk
> slots, so if you live in the tri-state region we strongly urge you to
> submit a proposal.
>
> We're interested in talks on Ruby, but also topics that would of interest
> to the modern development community.
> Examples could include Go, Clojure, JS MVC Frameworks, Docker, RaspberryPi
> / Arduino, DevOps, language implementation, CS theory, or something else.
> Does your coffee maker issue RESTful web services? Tell us. Have you
> written a killer app in COBOL? No. No you haven't.
> Finally, we will be recording all of the talks and making the videos
> freely available online. You should be okay with this if you are submitting
> a talk.
>
> In order to ensure that GORUCO is a welcoming and safe conference, all
> attendees and speakers are expected to abide by our *Code of Conduct
> <http://goruco.com/code-of-conduct>*.
> Please make sure that your talk proposal and materials respect this.
>
> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at
> info / goruco.com and make sure you follow us on Twitter at @goruco<https://twitter.com/goruco> for
> more updates.
>
> Again, Please submit all proposals at http://bit.ly/goruco-2014-cfp by *11:59:59.0
> PM ET on March 14th, 2014.*
>
> Thanks, and we're looking forward to seeing you in June!
>