James Adam

James Adam
Software Developer, Free Range

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James has been developing using Ruby since 2001. He is one of the primary instigators of the London Ruby User Group, and has presented to Ruby and Rails developers in Vancouver, London, Santa Clara and Portland.

Most recently, he organised a new kind of conference – Ruby Manor – demonstrating the potential and passion of the UK Ruby community.

He’s been an active member of the Rails community since its inception, and is the developer behind the Engines plugin. He’s also author of the Rails Plugins book.

He pretends not to have a blog at interblah.net.

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Location: Pavilion 9 - 10
James Adam (Free Range)
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A no-nonsense guide to making the most of the newly-integrated "engines" functionality in Rails 2.3, from the guy who wrote the engines plugin itself. Read more.
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