Bangalore: RubyConf India 2010, the first RubyConf held in India took place on March 20th and 21st at The Royal Orchid Hotel, Bangalore. The event was supported by Ruby Centtral.
Vishwas Mudugal, CEO of Castle Rock Research India said, “The energy and passion for Ruby and Open Source software in India could be felt at the event. Not only did we get to interact with great Ruby aficionados, programmers and leaders from across the globe, but we also got to learn and share a lot about the current and upcoming trends, tools & innovations in Ruby.” Castle Rock Research sponsored the event with Thoughtworks.
Representatives from around 119 companies from 29 cities across the globe took part in the event which featured 25 speakers. “The conference represents a great moment in the history of the software industry in India. It was a total joy to see India assemble its own high caliber developers – free from the economic dictates of powerful anti-productive software forces in the west. This is indeed a great moment for the software industry,” said Roy Singham, founder of ThoughWorks.
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