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|Pizza + Beer||
¥2,000 at the door
|Pizza + Soft Drinks||
¥1,500 at the door
At this meetup, we'll have two presentations. As always, pizza and drinks we'll be provided. This time we'll try Doorkeeper's new ticket type feature to let you decide if you want soft drinks or beer.
tDiary is a blog like system and one of the oldest Ruby applications that is still actively developed. This presentation will explain what tDiary is, the history of tDiary, how it is developed today, and what the future plans for it are.
Hiroshi is an operations engineer who has being developing tDiary for 10 years.
Using Ruby to Change the World and Make your Fortune
(or maybe just to make life a little bit better)
Tim Romero President, Engine Yard, K.K.
There has never been a better time to be a creative person with programming skills. This presentation will explain how cloud-computing in general, and the Engine Yard PaaS in particular, is helping small teams of developers grow into successful companies with a global reach.
We'll talk about some of the common mistakes developers make when trying to bring their product or idea to the world and look at some of the best practices that separate the successful ventures and projects from the unsuccessful ones. We'll also discuss new developments at Engine Yard and their plans in Japan.
Tim Romero started out as a programmer in Japan 20 years ago and has since both managed enterprise IT departments and founded and grown several companies here.
19:00 Doors Open
20:45 Open Conversation