location Campus London | 6:30 PM-8:30 PM Thursday 24 July 2014 (BST)

Connecting Global Stars to Local Ecosystems.

Following on from London being a participating City in our global Eric Ries event, we are delighted to announce our first dedicated event for London with [David Heinemeier Hansson] ( as our guest.

David is best known for being the creator of Ruby on Rails, partner at 37signals and best-selling author.

Creator of Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is an open-source web framework that's optimized for programmer happiness and beautiful code. David created Rails in 2003 and continues to lead the development.

Hundreds of thousands of programmers around the world have built amazing applications using Rails. Some of the more famous include Twitter, Shopify, 500px, and Github.

Partner at 37signals

37signals make software for the web. Their most popular product is Basecamp, a project management and collaboration application. They also make the CRM Highrise and the group chat app Campfire.

Best-selling author

REWORK is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Sunday Times best seller with more than 300,000 copies sold around the world.

REMOTE: Office Not Required is a new book, encapsulating all David has learned about working remotely for the last decade.

Both books are short, wonderfully illustrated, and to the point.

David will talk about how his experiences in creating these, before opening up for an audience Q and A.


1800 Doors open

1900 David Heinemeier Hansson

2000 Networking

About VIP VoIP

VIP VoIP is an event series connecting global stars to local ecosystems via VoIP. We are present in 13 Global Cities, and our previous guests include Brad Feld, DHH, Joel Gascoigne and Eric Ries.


  • DHH

    Creator of Ruby on Rails, Founder & CTO at Basecamp (formerly 37signals), NYT Best-Selling Author of REWORK and REMOTE, and Le Mans class-winning racing driver.


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