In February of 2018, I started an online meet-up for Ruby developers named “Remote Ruby.” So far, (I think) we’ve had a lot of fun. Our first Remote Ruby meet-up featured a presentation by Chris Oliver of GoRails.
However, we have a bit of a problem. I’ve had to speak at the following meet-ups. Don’t get me wrong, I love the experience, but we want to hear from you! So, with that said, it’s time for you to submit a proposal to speak at Remote Ruby!
Maybe you’ve always wanted to speak at a conference, but you’re scared to leap. Possibly, you want more practice. Either way, a virtual meet-up is a significant first step. You can take “the stage” from your living room without having to have faces staring back.
I’ll help guide you through every step of the talk. If you have questions on how to put the content together, cut excess material, make slides, whatever help you might need, I’ll be alongside you to help you prepare.
Submit, Submit, Submit!
Stretch that brain of yours and share with me all your ideas for talks below.