EuRuKo annual conference 2013 about the Ruby language will take place in Athens 28th - 29th of June.
EuRuKo (the European Ruby Conference) is an annual conference which focuses on the Ruby programming language, with an informal atmosphere and lots of opportunities to listen, to talk, to hack, to have fun and where delegates experience distinct and insightful content from speakers of the highest calibre. EuRuKo is being organised for the past 10 years in cities around Europe by Ruby developers for Ruby developers. It’s a truly volunteer-based event and like Ruby it is fostered by the community. Each year a different european city and its local community of Ruby enthusiasts are tasked to host the event and that’s what makes EuRuKo one of a kind. This summer EuRuKo comes to Athens for two days on the 28th and 29th of June. We can’t wait to see you in Athens this summer!
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EuRuKo 2013 has an amazing speaker line up chosen by the community throught the open for all CfP.
Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto is the mastermind behind the inception of Ruby. Since 1993 he has been designing our precious jewel up to its latest 2.0 version. Meanwhile he has been working on mruby, a lightweight Ruby implementation. This summer, he will be celebrating with us the 20th anniversary of Ruby.
Koichi knows the inside outs of the Ruby VM. He has developed YARV (Yet another Ruby VM) which became the official Ruby VM when Ruby 1.9 was released. We believe he will give lots of insights in the Ruby VM, the new performance improments in Ruby 2.0 and will hint at the future of the Ruby VM.
Steve enjoys turning coffee into code, writing, philosophy, and physical activity. He is a contributor to many high visibility open source projects such as Sinatra, Resque, Rubinius and of course the venerable Ruby on Rails web framework. His talks are always insightful and inspiring. We should not expect anything less for EuRuKo.
Xavier is a Ruby on Rails core team member having worked with Ruby since 2005. He is also featured as #5 in the Rails contributors lists, a list he also created. A real Ruby hero presented with a Ruby Hero Award in RailsConf 2010 and also part of the team that organised EuRuKo 2009 in Barcelona. We are really excited to have him with us at EuRuKo 2013 and are eager to watch him present a rational tale.
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Surrounded by a park near the east outskirts of Athens the EuRuKo 2013 venue is a stunning theatre built for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Access to ‘Badminton Theatre’ is easy and its indoors as well as outdoors ambience immaculate. The acoustics are pristine and the stage is a whopping 30m x 15.5m x 18.5m space backed by amazing audio-visual tech.
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This conference wouldn't be held without the support of our amazing sponsors. They have been with us since the beginning and showcasing them and their products is the least we can do for their support toward the Ruby community. We love them for supporting Ruby and making this conference possible.
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