RailsConf Europe 08: David Heinemeier Hansson and Rails Core Members Panel Discussion

Posted in Development, Frameworks on December 17, 2008

Panel Discussion with David Heinemeier Hansson and Rails Core Members David Heinemeier Hansson (37signals), Michael Koziarski (Koziarski Software Limited), Jeremy Kemper (37signals) Created by RailsConfEurope

About David Heinemeier Hansson
David Heinemeier Hansson is a programmer and evangelist of Less Software. He’s the creator of applications like Instiki, Basecamp, and Ta-da, and works with the open source community and design extraordinaires 37signals. Since its release in late July 2004, he’s also been leading the development of Ruby on Rails, a web application framework and environment for building real-world applications with joy and less code than most frameworks spend doing XML sit-ups.

About Michael Koziarski
Michael “Koz” Koziarski is a software consultant specialising in Ruby on Rails, database architecture, web based businesses and object oriented design. He’s been a contributor to Rails since 2004, a Rails Core Team member since 2005 and helps other programmers improve their code on The Rails Way, a popular Rails architecture weblog.

About Jeremy Kemper
Jeremy Kemper (bitsweat) is a programmer at 37signals hailing from Pasadena, California. Hot on the heels of DHH, he has been the most active contributor to Rails. He’s knee deep in pretty much all aspects of the framework and one of the top batters against new, incoming tickets.


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