Nominate your Ruby Heroes!

10 Feb 2012

Every year at RailsConf, a selection of people who have made exceptional contributions to the Ruby community get some well-deserved acknowledgement by the means of a Ruby Heroes award - and the best part of it is that you get to nominate them!

Here's what they say:

Ruby Heroes was created to show some gratitude and give these people the recognition they deserve. Hopefully the type of recognition that keeps them doing what they’re doing, and continuing to make our community stronger.

If you haven't done so yet, don't forget to nominate yours. By the way, I hear Sven Fuchs is a promising candidate for all the awesome work he and the rest of the team have been doing on Travis CI ;)

Comments

Aaron Cruz wrote 2012-04-27 11:36:34 UTC:

I can't find the winners anywhere. Does anyone know who won? Thanks!

Christoph Olszowka wrote 2012-04-30 13:37:32 UTC:

Among other, Ryan Bates mentioned them in a tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/rbates/status/194809992107409408

Congrats to all of them!

Aaron Cruz wrote 2012-05-16 19:33:58 UTC:

Thanks, I totally missed your response... but I am happy I did because I stumbled upon this video :P http://www.confreaks.com/videos/881-railsconf2012-ruby-hero-awards

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