ConFoo is one of the most important developer-oriented conferences. ConFoo 2013 will be held on February 25 through March 1 in Montreal, Canada.
The team has opened its call for papers. Candidates can submit proposals until September 23. Consult the call for papers
page for details and to start submitting. That page also explains what expenses ConFoo can cover for speakers. You can Read more…
2145Since its origins as a conference for php developers, ConFoo has evolved into Montréal's biggest web conference for developers, if not Canada's biggest tech conference. They've unveiled today an enormous lineup of speakers
for the upcoming 2011 edition, with more than 100 speakers (currently 110), from Montréal and Canada of course, but also a solid contingent of speakers from Europe and the USA in open Read more…
2135Currently in beta version, TempHunt
aims to create a marketplace of temporary jobs. Anyone can fill a profile with their skills and availability, and then companies can find them through TempHunt's search engine.
The experience is informal compared to other job boards. It's a fresh approach in an industry where profiles are verified, long and complicated conditions have to be followed and where you have to Read more…
is an online key-value store, designed for sys-admins and developers so that they can have environment variables and server configuration data in the cloud, and not anymore on a single computer. At its core, it's a key-value store, a thin HTTP wrapper around Redis, avalaible online with an API key. It bonery was only released publicly last week by Delano Mandelbaum
after Read more…
Position: Rails guy/girl
Responsibilites and Tasks:
In a very short time, FetLife has become the world's most popular social network for kinky people. With over 540,000 members and over 150 million monthly pageviews, we're only getting bigger, and fast.
FetLife is run by a bunch of geeks who just want to make a difference in this world by writing sexy code and designing intuitive interfaces. We Read more…
1934The last 3 weeks were quite calm on MontrealHackers.com
since most of the hackers (including me) took some time off during these weeks. Nevertheless, here is a few interesting posts that I enjoyed reading during that time:
Jonathan Palardy explains how to use Bundler in a non-Rails app
Jérôme Gravel-Niquet, the creator of Ostrich, gives a very interesting technical overview
of his app. That covers Read more…