RailsConf 2023 in Atlanta
This year RailsConf will be April 24-26th in beautiful Atlanta, Georgia!
Tickets are now on sale here. We offer discounts for students, groups of 5+, and more.
Also, the Call for Proposals (CFP) is now open here! We are accepting proposals for talks (30-45 mins) or Workshops (2 hours).
We warmly welcome both new and experienced speakers, technical and non-technical talks, and beginner, intermediate, or advanced-level topics.
We love first time speakers! If you are thinking about submitting a talk but need some feedback, coaching, or just a cheerleader to tell you “you can do it!”, we have scheduled some coaching sessions for you:
Take a look at this year's conference tracks and submit your proposal today!
Scholars and Guides
The Scholars and Guides Program is a mentorship program for conference attendees interested in having someone experienced show them around and someone less-experienced have a helpful person around to navigatep a new situation. You can read more and apply here on railsconf.org.
What is a Scholar?
Scholars, or mentees, are people new to the Ruby and Rails communities and looking to make professional connections. Scholars are paired with a Guide, or mentor, who will be available throughout the event to offer insight and advice on programming, working as a developer, and helping you build long-lasting connections with influential community members.
What is a Guide?
Guides are volunteer mentors and will support the Scholars through mentorship, guidance, and professional networking leading up to and during a Ruby or Rails conference. Guides are familiar with the Ruby and/or Rails community, help create networking opportunities, and help the Scholar navigate a professional conference.
Still have RailsConf2023 questions? Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No matter how you choose to participate, we hope to see you there!
February 10, 2023