Rails Magazine releases PDF version of Special Edition – RailsConf 2009 Report
After Rails Magazine released the print version of the Special Edition – RailsConf 2009 Report, today they released the downloadable digital edition (PDF). Go grab it from the Rails Magazine website here and while you are there, take the survey to tell us what you like or dislike. Do not forget to share the news.
Apart from me putting in a lot of effort on this special edition as an editor, I managed to get out an article and also landed two interviews with Ryan Bates (http://railscasts.com) and Geoffrey Grosenbach (http://peepcode.com).
This concise issue of Rails Magazine covers RailsConf 2009 – in-depth commentary, photography and pointers to related resources.
Interviews with attendees:
- Ryan Bates (railscasts.com) by Rupak Ganguly
- Geoffrey Grosenbach (peepcode.com) by Rupak Ganguly
- Ben Johnson (binarylogic.com) by Bob Martens
If you did not attend RailsConf, this is one of the best ways to get up to speed on the conference, what’s planned for Rails 3 and related information. For those who attended, this should provide a good recap and insights by presenting different perspectives.
Please check back our site for our next regular edition – coming soon!
It was great fun to work on this special report on RailsConf. Let me know in comments if you liked it. It helps us to bring you stuff that you like.