Marko Anastasov wrote this on November 10, 2009

After RubyEnRails 2009

RubyEnRails 2009 has been a great experience - the talks, geek dinners and conversations with other developers have all been very interesting. Amsterdam is definitely the right town to organise such an event :).

Indirectly inspired by what we’ve heard there, we’re already trying some new things in our work, like we have some Cucumber tests running on Selenium and beginning to implement use of Tokyo Cabinet in a production app.

For a recap on all talks, it’s best you check out the official conference blog. For reference here we’ll highlight some the published slides and links:

Update: Justin and Javier gave us more links in the comments.

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About Marko Anastasov

Rendered Text co-founder. Started with code, currently more focused on people and words. Foosball striker and entry-level cyclist.

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