If you don’t already know, Japan is where the Ruby language was created, back in 1995. This is the origin of this great language, this is where it all started!
So I’m very excited to announce that on this August, IronRuby is coming to Japan!
I’m going to visit Japan in August and talk about IronRuby! I will participate in two very different conferences – TechEd Japan and RubyKaigi.
TechEd Japan, the main Japanese .NET conference, will take place between August 25th to August 27th. I’m going to speak on day 2 of the conference (the 26th) about IronRuby for .NET developers.
RubyKaigi 2010 will take place between August 27th to August 29th. It is a world-class Ruby conference that hosts Ruby great minds from all over the world like Yukihiro Matsumoto (the creator of Ruby), Yehuda Katz, Jeremy Kemper and others. I’m going to give there a talk on the 29th, named “IronRuby – What’s in it for Rubyists?”.
I’m so excited to visit Japan and present in front of both .NET and Ruby developers. Maybe this will be the bridge between the large Japanese Ruby community and the large Japanese .NET community!
Shay Friedman – bridging between developers since 1983!
See you there!