Red Dirt RubyConf 2011

  • Keynote
    Aaron Patterson
    Open source contributions include:
    ARel, Nokogiri, and Mechanize
    Aaron Patterson - AT&T Interactive
  • Keynote
    Dr Nic Williams
    Open source contributions include:
    Hudson.rb, RoR Textmate Bundle, and ChocTop
    Dr Nic Williams - Engine Yard
  • Conference Themes
    nike boost 350
    ´╗┐Jackson Blotter Nov. 25 after he spotted a man lying face down in a drainage ditch near his house. A deputy responded and found the man who had been in the ditch, a 26 year old Jefferson man standing on the side of the road. He told the deputy he was walking home from a friend's house but didn't seem to know where he was going and smelled like he'd been drinking all day. BURGLARY: A Braselton man called the sheriff's office on Nov. 25 after he checked on the nike flyknit house on Skelton Road that he and his family were moving out of nike goddess and noticed some items missing. Someone had taken a metal bed frame and 13 floor vents, worth about $550, and they had taken a month's worth of his medication from the mailbox. Highway 441 on Nov. 28 and found that someone had taken $1,000 worth of clothes from his car, including an Atlanta Braves hat and jacket, a black leather jacket, a school letter jacket, some boots, some Nike shoes and three Polo nike lab shirts. He told a deputy that he had only been inside the store for about 10 minutes and had thought that he had left his car locked. Nov. 28 and found that his front door had been kicked in and someone had ransacked the home's bedrooms. He told a deputy that his mother had recently passed away and someone may have assumed that he had inherited some cash. He told the deputy that despite the mess, nothing was missing from the house. ENTERING AUTO: A 33 year old Ansley Lane man woke up Nov. 28 to find that someone had broken into his white Ford Ranger and took his CD player, some CDs, his toolbox and a compass he'd had since see was a kid. He and his wife had left the car unlocked parked in their front yard. She checked on the truck the day before but nothing was missing. PROPERTY DAMAGE: An Eric Way called the sheriff's office Nov. 28 because he believed someone had painted his fence with white specs of paint.