[ANN] RubyConf 2004 Keynote - Brad Cox

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    Ruby Central, Inc. is pleased to announce that the keynote speaker for
    the Fourth International Ruby Conference will be Brad Cox, inventor of
    the Objective-C[http://www.dekorte.com/Objective-C/] language. Brad
    will speak on "The History and Design of Objective C".

    Brad's interests are in digital rights management, reconceptualizing
    universities as interactive distributed learning communities, and
    software engineering. Most of his recent work is in XML, Java, Ruby,
    Python and Perl. Before those, he mainly used the language he invented
    early in his career, Objective-C[http://www.dekorte.com/Objective-C/].

    We are thrilled to have such an expert in dynamic languages give us an
    important historical and theoretical perspective.

    Chad Fowler
    David Black
    for Ruby Central, Inc. (http://rubycentral.org) and The International
    Ruby Conference (http://rubyconf.org)
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