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 http://rubykaigi.org/2009/en
via PayPal (account not required).
Tickets on sale from 7pm (JST) Monday, June 1st, 2009.
San Francisco: 3am
New York: 6am
In past years, tickets have always sold out in the first few days, so be
- 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.
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 email@example.com