ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Web developers and tech professionals will once again gather in historic downtown St. Augustine for the second annual Ancient City Ruby Conference. Last year's conference drew nearly 200 Web professionals to the Casa Monica Hotel for two days of speakers and events.
This year's conference features the addition of three full-day workshops, as well as 12 sessions by influential members of the Ruby community including Katrina Owen, Konstantin Haase, and Aaron Patterson. Topics will include the Ruby programming language itself, the popular web framework Ruby on Rails, Web security against hackers, the cutting-edge language Elixir, and much more.
Ancient City Ruby is hosted by Hashrocket, a full-service design & development firm based in Jacksonville Beach. "We were thrilled by the reception last year, and couldn't be more excited to return to St. Augustine," said Marian Phelan, CEO of Hashrocket. "Northeast Florida's tech scene is growing by the minute, and we're proud that Ancient City Ruby can be a part of that growth."
Ancient City Ruby takes place Thursday and Friday, April 3-4, with additional workshops on Wednesday, April 2. Registration is $349, with group discounts available.
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