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How Capitalism Saves Ruby From Corporatism

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Nathaniel got into Ruby in 2001 in hopes that it would be the future. Ruby has since exploded, giving him a paid excuse to never touch Java code again, and he couldn’t be happier. In the meantime he’s founded Terralien, instigated Spreedly, and learned a lot of lessons about how to actively build the future, rather than just living it.

About the conference

FutureRuby isn't a Ruby conference, but a conference for Rubyists. This is a call to order - a congress of the curious characters that drew us to this community in the first place. We have a singular opportunity to express a long-term vision, a future where Ruby drives creativity and prosperity without being dampened by partisan politics.

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Jul 20, 2009

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  • Capitalism?

    by Frederick Polgardy /

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    Owning the means of production? I think you have that confused with another political system. ;-)

  • Re: Capitalism?

    by Aidy Lewis /

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    Total mis-understanding of modern post-fordist organisations, especially regarding their non-hierarchical structures and knowledge-worker decision making

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