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Desi McAdam
@desi

She is one of the cofounders of DevChix, an international organization of female software developers, and she loves Ruby. She is also active in the RailsBridge community and spreads the word of diversity. During the last MagmaConf she coordinated the first @RailsBridgeMx workshop.

Desi McAdam

Desi McAdam

She is one of the cofounders of DevChix, an international organization of female software developers, and she loves Ruby. She is also active in the RailsBridge community and spreads the word of diversity. During the last MagmaConf she coordinated the first @RailsBridgeMx workshop.

Fred George
@fgeorge52

Fred George has been writing code for over 45 years in (by his count) over 70 languages. An early adopter of OO and Agile, Fred continues to impact the industry with his leading edge ideas.

Fred George

Fred George

Fred George has been writing code for over 45 years in (by his count) over 70 languages. An early adopter of OO and Agile, Fred continues to impact the industry with his leading edge ideas.

Sandi Metz
@sandimetz

Sandi Metz has 30 years of experience working on projects that survived to grow and change. She describes herself as an obsessive programmer, Rubyist, cyclist and recalcitrant blogger. Author of “Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby” http://www.poodr.com/

Sandi Metz

Sandi Metz

Sandi Metz has 30 years of experience working on projects that survived to grow and change. She describes herself as an obsessive programmer, Rubyist, cyclist and recalcitrant blogger. Author of “Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby” http://www.poodr.com/

Manuel Vidaurre
@mvidaurre

:passions = {:software, :people, :value} :skills = {:agile_bdd, :patterns} :pl = {:ruby, :js} :new = {:scala, :clojure, :fancy} :web = {:rails, :sinatra}

Manuel Vidaurre

Manuel Vidaurre

:passions = {:software, :people, :value} :skills = {:agile_bdd, :patterns} :pl = {:ruby, :js} :new = {:scala, :clojure, :fancy} :web = {:rails, :sinatra}

Jesse Toth
@jesseplusplus

Jesse is an engineer at GitHub, where she spends most of her time doing backend Ruby and Rails work. When she's not opening pull requests, she enjoys doing yoga, hiking, and traveling.

Jesse Toth

Jesse Toth

Jesse is an engineer at GitHub, where she spends most of her time doing backend Ruby and Rails work. When she's not opening pull requests, she enjoys doing yoga, hiking, and traveling.

Joe Wright
@joe_jag

I help people deliver software that's well designed, fully tested and released early. I coach teams to adopt agile engineering practices with a focus on XP, clean code and continuous delivery. I change roles between coach, developer, architect or tester to demonstrate where the challenges are and work with teams to solve them.

Joe Wright

Joe Wright

I help people deliver software that's well designed, fully tested and released early. I coach teams to adopt agile engineering practices with a focus on XP, clean code and continuous delivery. I change roles between coach, developer, architect or tester to demonstrate where the challenges are and work with teams to solve them.

David Calavera
@calavera

David works at GitHub, in the Enterprise team.

David Calavera

David Calavera

David works at GitHub, in the Enterprise team.

Zachary Scott
@_zzak

CRuby committer, contributor to sinatra, rails, rdoc, etc.

zachary scott

zachary scott

CRuby committer, contributor to sinatra, rails, rdoc, etc.

Richard Schneeman
@schneems

Richard writes Ruby at Heroku at maintains codetriage.com. When he isn't obsessively compulsively playing Starcraft 2 he writes such gems as Wicked, Sextant, and oPRO. Richard is a proud graduate of Space Camp and enjoys the fine art of weiner-dog walking.

Richard Schneeman

Richard Schneeman

Richard writes Ruby at Heroku at maintains codetriage.com. When he isn't obsessively compulsively playing Starcraft 2 he writes such gems as Wicked, Sextant, and oPRO. Richard is a proud graduate of Space Camp and enjoys the fine art of weiner-dog walking.

Matt Kirk
@mjkirk

Matt Kirk is a partner at Modulus 7, specializing in software development and strategy. The basis of his career has been around utilizing science to improve businesses. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and adding to his 2000+ vinyl record collection.

Matt Kirk

Matt Kirk

Matt Kirk is a partner at Modulus 7, specializing in software development and strategy. The basis of his career has been around utilizing science to improve businesses. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and adding to his 2000+ vinyl record collection.

Blake Mizerany
@bmizerany

Sinatra, Doozer, Heroku.

Blake Mizerany

Blake Mizerany

Sinatra, Doozer, Heroku.

Daniel Ríos
@ieldanr

At first, I was a mexican kid that used to play on the computer too much. I liked it, so I became a scientist in France doing research in graphics and computer vision. I got bored, so I tried to do my own financial startup. I failed, so now I am a happy software engineer at a video company.

Daniel Ríos

Daniel Ríos

At first, I was a mexican kid that used to play on the computer too much. I liked it, so I became a scientist in France doing research in graphics and computer vision. I got bored, so I tried to do my own financial startup. I failed, so now I am a happy software engineer at a video company.

André
@indirect

André thinks Ruby is pretty cool. He designs and builds web applications at Cloud City Development by day, and works on Bundler and Rubygems by night… and also some days.

André

André

André thinks Ruby is pretty cool. He designs and builds web applications at Cloud City Development by day, and works on Bundler and Rubygems by night… and also some days.

Johnny Winn
@johnny_rugger

As a Rocketeer & Ruby/Elixir evangelist @ Hashrocket in Jacksonville Beach, Johnny works to deliver quality software and contribute to the development community. So, whether organizing the local user groups, Ancient City Ruby or curating the Elixir Fountain, he shares the message with anyone that listens.

Johnny Winn

Johnny Winn

As a Rocketeer & Ruby/Elixir evangelist @ Hashrocket in Jacksonville Beach, Johnny works to deliver quality software and contribute to the development community. So, whether organizing the local user groups, Ancient City Ruby or curating the Elixir Fountain, he shares the message with anyone that listens.

Adam Rogers
@rodreegez

I'm a professional yack-shaver at Mint Digital. I'm supposed to be a Rails developer. From dotfiles to development tools, there is nothing that diverts my attention more than fixing something that wasn't really broken in the fist place.

Adam Rogers

Adam Rogers

I'm a professional yack-shaver at Mint Digital. I'm supposed to be a Rails developer. From dotfiles to development tools, there is nothing that diverts my attention more than fixing something that wasn't really broken in the fist place.

Leo Salazar
@leonor_salazar

A Mexican software tester living in Australia, who loves challenging the status quo and pushing herself and others out of their comfort zones. Her passions include (and are not limited to): traveling, learning and teaching, software development, playing football, scuba diving, running, and above all asking questions.

Leo Salazar

Leo Salazar

A Mexican software tester living in Australia, who loves challenging the status quo and pushing herself and others out of their comfort zones. Her passions include (and are not limited to): traveling, learning and teaching, software development, playing football, scuba diving, running, and above all asking questions.

Nick Rowe
@nixterrimus

I'm a software engineer at ModCloth; Amateur juggler; and home automation geek

Nick Rowe

Nick Rowe

I'm a software engineer at ModCloth; Amateur juggler; and home automation geek

Konstantin Haase
@konstantinhaase

An Open Source developer by heart. Ruby has been his language of choice since 2005. A regular contributor to different projects, including Sinatra (maintainer), Rubinius, Rack, Rails and MRI. In 2012, he received the Ruby Hero Award for his outstanding contributions to the community. Currently works at Travis CI in Berlin, Germany.

Konstantin Haase

Konstantin Haase

An Open Source developer by heart. Ruby has been his language of choice since 2005. A regular contributor to different projects, including Sinatra (maintainer), Rubinius, Rack, Rails and MRI. In 2012, he received the Ruby Hero Award for his outstanding contributions to the community. Currently works at Travis CI in Berlin, Germany.

Alex Pyatetsky
@TheXander

Founder of The HOTH (acquired by Next Net Media, 2013). Founder of TheDJHookup.com ("the Zappos of DJ equipment"). Known for brutal honesty and non-sensationalist/romantic attitude towards all things entrepreneurship. Advised and mentored numerous companies and entrepreneurs across the US and LatAm (Colombia & Mexico). Deeply in love with humans. Passionate about supporting and developing promising entrepreneurs in ambitious ventures.

Alex Pyatetsky

Alex Pyatetsky

Founder of The HOTH (acquired by Next Net Media, 2013). Founder of TheDJHookup.com ("the Zappos of DJ equipment"). Known for brutal honesty and non-sensationalist/romantic attitude towards all things entrepreneurship. Advised and mentored numerous companies and entrepreneurs across the US and LatAm (Colombia & Mexico). Deeply in love with humans. Passionate about supporting and developing promising entrepreneurs in ambitious ventures.

PJ Hagerty
@aspleenic

A RoR developer for the last 5 years, PJ currently works at Engine Yard as the Community Engineer. Additionally, he organizes the Western New York Ruby Brigade. Traveling to conferences and Ruby meet ups around the US and Canada, PJ likes to spread the word on the importance of community and coding, stressing the importance of outreach and focusing on the human side of being a coder.

PJ Hagerty

PJ Hagerty

A RoR developer for the last 5 years, PJ currently works at Engine Yard as the Community Engineer. Additionally, he organizes the Western New York Ruby Brigade. Traveling to conferences and Ruby meet ups around the US and Canada, PJ likes to spread the word on the importance of community and coding, stressing the importance of outreach and focusing on the human side of being a coder.

David Meyer
@meyerwork

VP of Product, OneLogin. David has built groundbreaking enterprise and consumer software for over 15 years. One of the first employees at Plumtree Software, he drove collaboration and social software into the Fortune 500 until Plumtree was acquired by BEA. David continued running and expanding the business at BEA until the Oracle acquisition. At SAP David led teams that pioneered bringing cloud software to the most demanding companies in the world. Most recently David co-founded and co-ran the education company UniversityNow, Inc.

David Meyer

David Meyer

VP of Product, OneLogin. David has built groundbreaking enterprise and consumer software for over 15 years. One of the first employees at Plumtree Software, he drove collaboration and social software into the Fortune 500 until Plumtree was acquired by BEA. David continued running and expanding the business at BEA until the Oracle acquisition. At SAP David led teams that pioneered bringing cloud software to the most demanding companies in the world. Most recently David co-founded and co-ran the education company UniversityNow, Inc.

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