Posted on October 1, 2010|by: Derek Yale| No Comments

 

SunnyConf 2010

 

On September 25th, David Keener, a Solutions Architect for MetroStar System’s New Media Group, spoke at SunnyConf in Phoenix, Arizona. SunnyConf is Arizona’s first Ruby conference.

 

According to David Keener, “I’m pleased to be one of the inaugural speakers for what is shaping up to be a great annual technical conference for Arizona. It may be the first year of the conference, but they’ve assembled a great group of speakers. I’m excited to have been invited to be one of them.”

 

Taking advantage of his extensive social media experience at MetroStar, Dave presented “Leveraging Rails to Build Facebook Applications.” His talk builds on his experience with real-life clients, both commercial and government, who are increasingly clamoring for social features to be “baked into” business applications in order to communicate more effectively with customers.

 

SunnyConf 2010

 

Speakers at SunnyConf: Back Row: Blake Mizerany, creator of the Sinatra web framework; Jeremy Ashkenas, creator of the CoffeeScript language and lead developer for DocumentCloud; Les Hill, Hashrocket consultant, open source contributor and occasional host of the Ruby5 podcast; Charles Nutter, co-lead for the JRuby initiative; David Keener, Senior Solutions Architect for MetroStar Systems and co-found of the RubyNation conference; and Front Row: Brian Sam-Bodden, creator of the Trellis component framework; Jim Remsik, Haskrocket consultant and well-known open source contributor; Luigi Montanez. developer for Sunlight Labs.

 

SunnyConf 2010

Find out more about the conference at:
http://www.sunnyconf.com/

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