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Leonard C. (Guest)
on 2009-06-01 11:54
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Tickets for RubyKaigi 2009 go on sale from 7pm JST today (Monday, June
1st. RubyKaigi 2009 will be held in Tokyo, Japan, and will run over 3
days from Friday, July 17th until Saturday, July 19th. Further details
at the end of this announcement.

Conference Tickets: 6000 yen (for all three days)
Party Tickets: 5000 yen (for the conference party on Friday, July 17th)

How to Purchase
Tickets will be available for sale on on
via PayPal (account not required).

Tickets on sale from 7pm (JST) Monday, June 1st, 2009.
# San Francisco: 3am
# New York: 6am
# London: 11am
# Sydney: 8pm

In past years, tickets have always sold out in the first few days, so be

Who's Speaking?
- Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto (Ruby)
- Yehuda K. (Merb, Rails)
- Masayoshi T. (Takahashi Method)
- Scott Chacon (Github)
- Kuwata Makoto (erubis)
- Jeremy E. (Sequel)
- Masatoshi Seki (erb, druby, rinda)
- Michael Felinger (Ramaze)
- Koichi Sasada (Ruby 1.9)
- Nick S. and Tom Enebo (JRuby)
- Akira T. (openuri)
- Keiju Ishitsuka (irb, "the guy who named Ruby")
- Kentaro "gotoken" Goto (Benchmark)
.. and lots more.

About RubyKaigi
RubyKaigi is the premiere Ruby Conference in Japan, held annually and
hosting a mix of Japanese and English talks. RubyKaigi 2009 will be
held at Hitotsubashi Conference Hall in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, over 3 days
from Friday, July 17th until Sunday, July 19th. For further
information and news, please check out our website:

Feel free to drop us a line at removed_email_address@domain.invalid
KAKUTANI Shintaro (Guest)
on 2009-06-10 05:38
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Second round ticket for RubyKaigi 2009 go on sale from
Wednesday, June 17, 12:30 JST.

Tickets will be available for sale on on
# The first round sold out in less than two hours.


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