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"Mine Camp" and "Building Bulletproof Web APIs" #56

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@mbleigh

Added a few talks, might add some more when all is said and done :)

@DouweM

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Commits on Feb 29, 2012
  1. @JonRowe

    Update README.md

    JonRowe authored
  2. @joshk

    Merge pull request #9 from JonRowe/master

    joshk authored
    Correct typo in readme.md
Commits on Mar 15, 2012
  1. Adds two proposals.

    Michael Bleigh authored
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2  README.md
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ So, you are interested in giving a talk at the most awesome Ruby
conference in Europe?
And what better way to submit a talk proposal than via GitHub!
-## Here is what do to
+## Here is what to do
1. Fork this repository
2. Copy the sample folder `example/` to `your_name-talk_name`
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17 mbleigh-building_bulletproof_web_apis/README.md
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+# Building Bulletproof Web APIs
+
+Web APIs have become fantastically important in modern web development. More than just a way for third parties to interact with your data, most modern web applications can and should be architected as an API first and foremost.
+
+In this talk you will learn concrete best practices related to API authentication, formatting, resource structuring, data structure separation, and more. You won't come out of this talk knowing everything you'll ever need to know about building APIs, but you'll know enough to ask every question you'll need to ask along the way.
+
+## My name
+
+Michael Bleigh is a veteran Ruby developer and prolific contributor to the Ruby open source community. In addition to creating libraries like OmniAuth and MultiJson, Michael has spoken at numerous Ruby-related conferences including RubyConf and three previous RailsConfs. He is a fellow at Intridea and is currently building Opperator, the missing app store for GitHub.
+
+![Profile picture](https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69dc78b59ef008c58e6e842f9f3e0624?size=420)
+
+- [My website](http://mbleigh.com/)
+- [My twitter](https://twitter.com/#!/mbleigh)
+- [Past talk slides](http://www.slideshare.net/mbleigh)
+- [Past talk video](http://vimeo.com/33408090)
+
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25 mbleigh-mine_camp/README.md
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+# Mine Camp: Build a RubyGem from Scratch
+
+One of the best things about the Ruby language is how easy it is to become involved in the open source community. While it may seem daunting to newcomers, building RubyGems is actually very simple and straightforward.
+
+At Mine Camp you will learn how to build a RubyGem from scratch while also learning the community best practices and tools to help you along the way. Topics will include:
+
+* Creating Your First Gem
+* Gem Testing
+* How to Release a Gem
+* Project Maintenance
+* Open Source Community Management
+
+**Note:** This is more of a beginner talk, so please ignore if the audience won't match.
+
+## My name
+
+Michael Bleigh is a veteran Ruby developer and prolific contributor to the Ruby open source community. In addition to creating libraries like OmniAuth and MultiJson, Michael has spoken at numerous Ruby-related conferences including RubyConf and three previous RailsConfs. He is a fellow at Intridea and is currently building Opperator, the missing app store for GitHub.
+
+![Profile picture](https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/69dc78b59ef008c58e6e842f9f3e0624?size=420)
+
+- [My website](http://mbleigh.com/)
+- [My twitter](https://twitter.com/#!/mbleigh)
+- [Past talk slides](http://www.slideshare.net/mbleigh)
+- [Past talk video](http://vimeo.com/33408090)
+
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