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Program/Timetable

Please note that the contents of the program are subject to change.

Friday, June 20 - 0th day (Doors open at 12:30 p.m. [Multi-purpose Hall])

The 0th day of the conference will be held only in the Multi-Purpose Hall and Conference Room 405. All 0th day activities are free to attend.

All sessions are in Japanese, except where marked as English.

TimeMulti-Purpose HallConference Room 405
11:30Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer Examination (Session 1)
12:00
12:30
13:00Opening
Code Golf Tournament tee off
Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer Examination (Session 2)
13:30Working with Ruby 2008: Yukihiro "matz" Matsumoto x Eihiro Saishu
14:00
14:30About the Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer Examination (CTC) Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer Examination (Session 3)
15:05Sponsor Sessions: Ruby Case Studies
16:00
16:30
17:00 Ruby Communities in Japan/Internationally, with Ruby Central [Some English]
17:30
18:00
18:30
19:00(Pre-Conference Party, until 20:30)

Saturday, June 21 - 1st Day (Doors open at 9:30a.m.)

On day one of the conference, there will be main session presentations in the Mail Hall, and subsession presentations in the Multi-Purpose Hall. Entry into the Main Hall requires a ticket. Participation in events held in the Multi-Purpose Hall do not require a ticket. The official conference party (tickets required) will be held from 7 p.m. in Conference Room 101+102.

Main Session (Main Hall)TimeSubsession(Multi-Purpose Hall)
RubyVM Development, Now and the Future (Koichi SASADA)
JRuby: Ready for Action (Charles Nutter) [English]
The Magic of Rubinius (Evan Phoenix) [English]
10:00
10:30
11:00Blurring the Language Barrier (Aaron Patterson) [English]
11:30Improvement of Ruby/Tk: New and Useful Features (Hidetoshi NAGAI)
(Break)12:00
12:30
13:00
Keynote(Yukihiro MATSUMOTO)
Ruby M17N(Yui NARUSE/Martin J. Dürst)
13:30
14:00
14:30
15:00
(Break)15:30
Teaching *with* Ruby (Not "Teaching Ruby") (Hidehiko MASUHARA)
Best Practices for Ruby Education (Yuumi YOSHIDA)
Rails Development with RSpec, a Case Study (Yugui)
Explanation for the examination of Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programer (Shinnya MATSUDA)
16:00Two Years in Ruby City Matz'E (Tetsuo NODA)
16:30Introducting database library Sequel and Datamapper (Shunichi ARAI)
17:00Agile Web Posting with Ruby (ujihisa)
(Break)17:20
Lightning Talks17:30
18:00
18:30
(Conference Party)19:00

Sunday, June 22 - 2nd day (Doors open at 8:45 a.m.)

On day two of the conference, there will again be main session presentations in the Mail Hall, and subsession presentations in the Multi-Purpose Hall. Entry into the Main Hall requires a ticket.

Main SessionsTimeSubsessions
How to Write Ruby Extended Library (arton)
More Ruby in daily business (Kentaro GOTO)
Recollections of erb (Masatoshi SEKI)
09:00
09:30
(Break)10:00Structured Data Representation Using Ruby Syntax (Kazuaki MAEDA)
How to Persuade matz (Akira TANAKA)
The Ruby Reference Manual - Current status and its future (Minero AOKI)
The future of Ruby in Mac OS X Laurent Sansonetti)
10:20
10:30LuRuJu − Ruby meets JUDE (Shuhei NOMURA)
11:00(this session has been cancelled)
11:30Developing Storage Service with Ruby (Tomonori FUKUTA)
(Break)12:00
12:30
13:00
Ruby on Rails 2.0 from the Perspective of a RESTian (Yohei YAMAMOTO)
Real-World Enterprise Ruby (Koichiro OHBA/Naoto TAKAI)
13:30Game Developments by Ruby and "Star Ruby" (Hajime HOSHI)
14:00Let's Create Interactive Gamebook by Ruby! (Cyross MAKOTO)
(Break)14:30
Developing and scaling iKnow! (Zev Blut)
Inside Tabelog's Backend (Takayuki KYOWA)
Lay Rails on "Galapagos" - Jpmobile: A Rails Plugin for Japanese Mobile Phones (Yohji SHIDARA)
14:40Library Design of net-irc gem (cho45)
15:10Typing Ruby Programs (Soutaro MATSUMOTO)
(Break)15:40Let's improve RubyGC (authorNari)
Using Ruby to Build a Scalable Startup (Alex Kane) [English]
A Study on Rails Syndrome (Shugo MAEDA)
16:00
16:10SVuGy: Fun with SVG and Ruby (Martin J. Dürst)
Closing16:40
Last modified:2008/06/19 20:49:56
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References:[SideMenu] [RubyKaigi, June 20-22, Tsukuba, Japan]

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