Fog City Ruby: the CFP!
We're a monthly Ruby meetup in SF, looking for diverse speakers to talk about Ruby and Ruby-related topics. Here's our ongoing call for proposals. We're super excited to hear from you!

Fog City Ruby loves speakers who have little or lots of experience speaking, and speakers who are newer and older with programming in Ruby. If you're not sure if you should submit, or not, go for it!

Our code of conduct can be found here: http://www.fogcityruby.com/code-of-conduct We expect all members of Fog City Ruby to abide by it, and it's especially important that all speakers do not violate the code of conduct in their talks, so please take a minute and carefully read through the code of conduct.

We'll continue to consider past submissions on a rolling basis. We'll send you an email several weeks before the Meetup we want to schedule you to speak at if you've been accepted. If you have any scheduling requests, please include that information in the talk details.

Want to speak but don't know what to talk about? Check out our topic wishlist! https://github.com/fogcityruby/organizing/wiki/Topic-Wish-List

Have any questions? Email us at hello@fogcityruby.com, or get at us on Twitter https://twitter.com/fogcityruby.

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