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From 19:00, the main entrance of the building is locked. Please use the back entrance (裏手 in Japanese, see this picture of it).
Please note that the back entrance will be locked from 8pm onwards, so please be sure to show up before then. If you don't make it on time, you can contact @kaiba and @trbmeetup on Twitter, or use our contact form, and we'll unlock it for you. Please note that we might take some time before we can respond.
Grab a drink and catch up with your fellow Rubyists.
The organisers of Tokyo Rubyist Meetup and Shibuya.rb will introduce their respective communities
A member of Shibuya.rb will give a lightning talk (contents to be determined).
We all enjoy the high productivity of Ruby on Rails in the development of our web applications. However, when we developed applications to support the broadcasting of the FIFA World Cup, we we faced challenges specific to enterprise applications. As a result, we developed the Wulin Master framework, which facilitates the development of enterprise applications using Rails by introducing concepts such as screen and grids.
Maxime has been developing in Ruby for about 10 years and founded Ekohe, a Ruby on Rails development firm with offices in Shanghai, Tokyo, Vancouver and Paris. He's been living in Asia for the past 14 years, in Shanghai until last year, and recently moved to Tokyo.
Innovation doesn’t just happen. It happens to satisfy a need. Ox, Oj, and now WABuR are all projects that were built in response to needs. We will look at how Ox got started, how Ox led to Oj, and what needs the new WABuR project hopes to fulfill.
Peter has been writing Ruby code for 7 years and C code since getting a computer. He has written high performance trading system, low level protocols, and business level applications in C, C++, Ruby, Python, Java, and LISP. His most notable OSS projects is Oj, a JSON parser as a C extension for Ruby.
Discuss the presentations or anything else Ruby related with the other attendees.
PIXTA's engineers use Ruby on Rails to build their stock photo marketplace, and are looking for developers to join their team. You can learn more about what they're working on through their engineering blog.
Tokyo Rubyist Meetup (trbmeetup) is an event that seeks to help bridge the Japan and international ruby and ruby on rails community. It will hold regular meetings where Japanese Rubyists can commun...Join community