Registration includes access to three full days of conference sessions; coffee, breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack on conference days; and an official RailsConf 2019 t-shirt.

Register here for RailsConf 2019!

We offer two different types of tickets: Individual tickets are meant for attendees who are purchasing and financing their own ticket. Corporate tickets are meant for attendees whose companies are purchasing and financing their ticket for them. For those who have a more complicated situation and aren't sure which to choose, please see our FAQ for more detail.

Group tickets can be purchased using the third option on the right. We also offer student discounts; please email us at railsconf@rubycentral.org for more information. We encourage nonprofit employees to purchase the Individual ticket, even if your ticket is being purchased by your employer.

If you're registering multiple people, please have ready in advance each attendee's t-shirt size (men's and women's sizes available) and dietary restrictions.

Also, we will be offering childcare for attendees who would like to utilize it! If you are interested in this or in using the lactation room, please check those boxes when registering. If you have any questions, please railsconf@rubycentral.org.

Choosing to attend RailsConf means you agree to comply with our conference policies (including our refund policy). Hence, before you arrive, you should review those here.

Schedule

For those booking flights to Minneapolis, please note our general schedule for RailsConf has us starting our days around 9:30am and ending them around 6pm. Registration on Day 1 (Tuesday, April 30) will open approximately two hours before programming begins. On Day 3 (Thursday, May 2), we will be ending programming around 5-6pm. All three days are full days of programming; we will not be having any workshop- or tutorial-only days.

Hotel

Our conference hotel is the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, which is conveniently located downtown, connected via skywalk to the Convention Center where all RailsConf 2019 programming takes place.