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Rocky Mountain Ruby

There are many facets to Ruby! And at this year's Rocky Mountain Ruby conference be prepared to experience all those facets. We have gathered a host of amazing speakers and we will weave them into an exciting fabric together with workshops, interesting conversations, great food and drink, and of course, Boulder's wonderful outdoors.

Rocky Mountain Ruby is a single track software conference focused on the Ruby programming language in Boulder, Colorado happening September 23-25. It is a mixture of technical presentations, community events, and outdoor experiences. It's all about those passionate about Ruby coming together to share and learn from each other. We have fun, we explore, and connect.

2015 is our sixth year and we're excited with the people and the program we have assembled. Join us this fall in Boulder, Colorado!

Our CFP is currently open and taking submissions! Speaker Proposal

Our Venue

Boulder Theater

Join us for our sixth year at the Boulder Theater. With a gorgeous Art Deco facade and a bar at its center, this historic concert hall was originally built in 1906 as an opera house. The Boulder Theater hosts events of all kinds throughout the year, including musical performances, theater productions, films, weddings and conferences.

Boulder Theater
2032 14TH St.
Boulder, CO. 80302


When booking travel, Wednesday September 23rd is a workshop day that is optional. We will have a welcome reception that we highly encourage all attendees to drop by starting at 5pm (check back for the venue). We will be offering early registration so you can avoid the check-in lines Thursday morning. Don't miss this chance to talk to your fellow attendees and speakers in a relaxed setting. September 24 and 25 are the sessions days with the conference ending the night of the 25th at the afterparty.



Coraline Ada Ehmke

Data Driven Refactoring

Shelby Switzer

Guerrilla APIs or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Box

Coraline Ada: There are dozens of code metrics tools available to Rubyists, all eager to judge our codebases and tell us things that we probably already know. But when technical debt is piled high and feature friction really sets in, we need more than to know that our User class has a 'D' grade. How can we use tools and tests to help us formulate a refactoring plan that amounts to more than just rearranging bricks in a crumbling building? Let's explore some of the more interesting code analysis tools, take a look at our testing techniques, and find novel ways to combine them into a meaningful refactoring strategy.

Code of Conduct

Rocky Mountain Ruby strives to be a welcoming environment for all its participants. While this has been true in past years, we underline this intent this year by adopting the code of conduct originally developed by the Ada Initiative and JSConf 2012. All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct.

Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event. We are expecting cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.

tl;dr: Don’t be a Jerk and please email us at info@rockymtnruby.com if you have any concerns or questions.

Code of Conduct

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