The Frozen Rails 2014 call for proposals is now open and will remain so until midnight (Helsinki time) on the 31st of March 2014 (and since everyone reading this is probably a programmer, that's
2014-04-01T00:00:00+03:00 in ISO 8601).
Send your proposal by creating a gist. Please use our proposal template to create your proposal. Use the form below to submit a link to the gist to us.
If you don't want your proposal to be public, you can create a private gist.
While we don't have a specific theme for talks, here are a few topics we are interested in hearing about:
- War stories: What tech did you use and how? Did it work? What did you learn?
- Case studies of “alternative” Ruby VMs in production (JRuby, Rubinius, etc…)
- Ruby outside of Rails
- Web development without Rails
Of course we also welcome talks outside of these suggested topics.
Travel & Accommodation
Frozen Rails will pay for a hotel room for each speaker (for three nights), but we it is not financially viable for us to cover flights or other travel costs. Speakers do not need to buy a conference ticket.
We've expanded on this policy and our reasoning behind it in a blog post on the Kisko Labs blog.