Competition Summary

    Dear contestants!

    Thank you for your interest and participation in the competition for ROR developers.

    The best solution to the utility, which calculates the probability of a particular face appearing when throwing bones, was created  by Roman Shatsov from Minsk. Roman introduced the code in the public domain at .
    In second place is Eugene Smolensky from Dnepropetrovsk.
    The third place is awarded to Kutsko Sergey Pyatikhatki of the Dnipropetrovsk region.

    Congratulations on behalf of Сiklum , we wish to continue to improve and create. We invite you and the rest of the Habrohabrrubistoreilists to visit RubyConfUa 2010 , October 16-17.
    Winners at the entrance just need to say their name, and the rest need to register.

    The conference schedule is under the cut.

    Technical section

    1. Rails 2.3, 3.0, and 3.1: Past, Present, and Future, Jose Valim, Brazil, Poland, Member of the Rails Core Team
    2. Rails 3 embedded applications, Piotr Sarnacki, Poland
    3. Building a component user interface on the web, Oleg Andreev, France
    4. Javascript and CSS in Rails applications, George Brocklehurst, Reevoo, UK
    5. Chef, Gregory Man, Israel, Green Mouse lead RubyNoName podcast
    6. Model fitness or “Do you want to lose weight? Ask me how! ”, Vyacheslav Dodatko, Donetsk, Ukraine, Anahoret Director
    7. Antipatterns of unit testing, Pavel Mitin, Donetsk, Ukraine
    8. How to withstand 60 million requests per day ?, Max Lapshin, Moscow, Russia

    Business section

    1. Agile Metrics with Ruby, Hubert Łępicki, Poland
    2. How programmers went to business, Vyacheslav Dodatko, Donetsk, Ukraine, Anahoret Director
    3. How to kill your startup in 7 days, Gregory Man, Green Mouse, Israel, host of the RubyNoName podcast
    4. Agile, Elliot Crosby-McCullough, Reevoo, UK
    5. Presentations of ruby ​​and rails projects
    6. Project: , Ian Chernov, Andrey Zdorovstov, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
    7. - time tracking service, Alexey Smirnov, Ukraine
    8. Products DONE! Railsware Way, Yaroslav Lazor, Kiev, Ukraine, Railsware

    The RubyConfUA 2010 conference will be held in the conference hall of the European University, at 16-V Vernadsky Boulevard, near the stop of the Svyatoshin metro line.
    Beginning 10:00 on October 16, ending 16:00 on October 17.

    Entrance view (Building in the courtyard):

    IMPORTANT! For those who just today decided to take part in the event. Please fill out the profile on , this information will not be published and is needed for making badges (name, city, country; company) and entering the conference

    ps: I apologize for the late coverage of the results.
    pss: We also did not forget about the raylists, but as it turned out, the OpenID extension was already created for Facebook and Twitter. Only Google left.


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