Red Dirt RubyConf 2011

  • Keynote
    Aaron Patterson
    Open source contributions include:
    ARel, Nokogiri, and Mechanize
    Aaron Patterson - AT&T Interactive
  • Keynote
    Dr Nic Williams
    Open source contributions include:
    Hudson.rb, RoR Textmate Bundle, and ChocTop
    Dr Nic Williams - Engine Yard
  • Conference Themes
    nike air huarache dhgate
    ´╗┐Athletes of the Month announced For their efforts in both the classroom and in their respective athletic endeavors, senior indoor track standouts Jackson MacDonald of Hamilton Wenham Regional High School and Lindsay Walsh of Swampscott High School are the Moynihan Lumber Student Athletes of the Month for March. Jackson, a high school All American in the pentathlon, set six indoor track records at Hamilton Wenham this past winter: the high jump (6 feet 6 inches), 55 meter hurdles (7.64 seconds), 50 yard hurdles (6.44 seconds), 55 meter dash (6.72 seconds), long jump (23 3) and most points (100). He led the Generals to the Cape Ann League Small championship and was voted Athlete of the Year in the league. Jackson then took first place in the nike hi tops high nike h air jump (6 3) and 55 meters (7.75, a new CAL record) at the Cape Ann League Meet, then guided his team to their second straight state championship, breaking the Division 4 meet record in the 55 meter hurdles (finishing second) and first in the long jump (22 7 nike lunarglide 8 1/2, longest in the state this year). He was an All State champion in the long jump (23 3, setting a meet record) and was fourth in the 55 meter hurdles (7.64). Jackson then set the state pentathlon record with 3,546 points, and finished his brilliant winter season by taking second in the long jump (22 6 3/4) and seventh in the 55 meter hurdles at the New England Meet. ArticlesFive drug arrests in one day in SalemLegendary Bishop Fenwick coach Tierney passes awaySalem State student charged in assaults on classmateMoulton's wedding features North Shore flavorCity worker, wielding knife, charged in standoffTwo historic Beverly buildings may still face demolitionPopular aquatic center won't reopen after allOCHO CINCO: Marino breaks loose, unbeaten Marblehead gets by PeabodyFrom the ground up: Car dealership to move up Route 114, lower hillMayor threatens to pull out of parade