MATSUE, Japan, Sep. 12 /Kyodo JBN/ --
Executive Committee for RubyWorld Conference
"RubyWorld Conference 2013" Set for Nov. 21 (Thu.)-22 (Fri.);
Attendee Registration Now Open till Oct. 31 (Thurs.), 2013
The Executive Committee for the RubyWorld Conference (RWC) announced on September 12 that it has set the dates for RWC 2013, this year's biggest business conference in Japan, as seen below.
The "Ruby" programming language is entering a new era as its use expands into various situations. February this year marked 20 years since its development, and Ruby 2.0 has been released as a major version for the first time in five years.
In the past, people used to believe that "there would never be software from Japan used around the world." But Ruby's success has clearly revealed that this "common sense of the past" was nothing but a bunch of assumptions.
By telling everyone about Ruby's possibilities, this year's RubyWorld Conference will provide an opportunity to create a "new common sense" as well as "the future."
RubyWorld Conference 2013 (summary)
- Dates: November 21 (Thu.) and November 22 (Fri.), 2013
- Venue: International Conference Hall (3F) and Small Hall (1F), Shimane Prefectural Convention Center "Kunibiki Messe"
- Organizer: Executive Committee for RubyWorld Conference
(Affiliated bodies) Ruby Association / Shimane Prefectural Government /Matsue Municipal Government / Shimane University / Matsue College of Technology / JETRO Matsue / Shimane Industrial Promotion Foundation / Shimane Information Technology Industry Association /Open Source Software Society Shimane / METI Chugoku Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry
- Admission: Free (Registration required)
For details, please visit: http://www.rubyworld-conf.org/en/
- Keynote speakers: Yukihiro Matsumoto (Ruby Association / Chairman)
Tom Preston-Werner (Cofounder and CTO of GitHub Inc.)
RubyWorld Conference 2013 program coming soon. Open to all!
Attendee Registration is Now OPEN till 10/31 (Thu.), 2013.
For details, please visit: http://www.rubyworld-conf.org/en/entry/
Source: Executive Committee for RubyWorld Conference