Hey Ruby, what's next?

Stop burying Ruby and look around!

1-2 of June, Saint Petersburg

Rails have been pushing the concept of “set up a blog in 15 minutes” for the last 15 years. It has been equipping programmers with modern tech stack, providing users with decent interface, and offering business owners a quick launch.

Meanwhile, Hanami and Dry-rb are actively incorporating a bunch of modern paradigms into Ruby, such as Inversion of Control, Dependency Injections, and Containers. The community is also experimenting with DDD, CQRS, Event Sourcing, and Evented store.

Come listen to talks and communicate with people who move Ruby forward!

Piotr Solnica

Creator / Core Team @rom-rb.
Co-founder / Core Team @dry-rb
Literally 🏆 winning hacker, heavily involved with Ruby community.

Benjamin Roth

Ruby fan, Ruby on Rails / Javascript freelancer, Haskell lover, Railsconf speaker.
Author of "The Unhappy Path"

Andrzej Krzywda

Arkency CEO. Ruby, Rails, React.js, Remote fan

Meet our awesome speakers

Anna Selezniova

Lead frontend developer @ Spiral Scout. MinskCSS & MinskJS co-organiser. Evil Martians alumni. Free hugs.

Michal Papis

@rvm_io maintainer. Software Wizard. Shell, Ruby and Rails developer

Nick Sutterer

Drinks IPAs, designs APIs. I like naps. Creator of trailblazer.to 😍🍻🎼

Bozhidar Batsov

Hacker. Emacs fanatic. VP of Engineering @Toptal. I'm not the best, but I'm pretty good.

Tatiana Shepeleva

QA Engineer at Toptal, bugs hunter and veteran traveler

Ivan Nemytchenko

Typical freelance rubyist, teacher, speaker, GitLab evangelist.

Kir Shatrov

Rails, Ruby, and Kubernetes. Does SRE at @Shopify. @evilmartians alumni.

Hiroshi Shibata

Ruby core team member, Rubygems and Bundler. Maintainer of ruby-lang.org

Dávid Halász

Software Engineer at @RedHat working on @ManageIQ and coding for fun in Ruby. All opinions are mine.

Julian Pokrovsky

Racket, Ruby, Haskell, Elixir. Sometimes in Spacemacs. Did C++, Rust, JVM stuff and a few other things a couple of times. It was great (except Javascript).

Dmitry Tsepelev

Backend at @evilmartians Previously: @OffgridElectric / @anjlab

Nikolay Sverchkov

Ruby, Elixir and JS (」゚ロ゚)」. Backend at @evilmartians.

Andrey Voronkov

Programmer, Admin, DevOps, Kubernetes enthusiast, Rust fan, Beer drinker and more...

June, 1

9:30 Doors opened
11:00 Bozhidar Batsov Ruby 3.0 Redux
12:00 Andrzej Krzywda Business logic in Ruby without frameworks, libraries and persistence
13:00 Dmitry Tsepelev Thinking in graphs: Why GraphQL is not about mapping database to schema
14:00 Piotr Solnica Moving Beyond #call: Demystifying Functional Ruby
15:00 Michal Papis Aspergers in IT
16:00 Julian Pokrovsky Simple distributed systems in Ruby
17:00 Benjamin Roth Case Study: how we made our core process 100 times faster (at least)
18:00 Anna Selezniova Between Ruby and Javascript
19:00 Afterparty

June, 2

10:00 Doors opened
11:00 Nickolay Sverchkov Anything new, Rails 6?
12:00 Ivan Nemytchenko Embrace multi-model thinking!
13:00 Tatiana Shepeleva How to test microservices and stay sane
14:00 Nick Sutterer Orchestration over Disorganization
15:00 David Halasz How to hijack, proxy and smuggle sockets with Rack/Ruby
16:00 Kir Shatrov Running Jobs at Scale
17:00 Andrey Voronkov Typical Rails app in Kubernetes - Tips & Tricks
18:00 Hiroshi Shibata The Future of library dependency management of Ruby
19:00 Closing words

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JetBrains creates professional software development tools for coding in Java, Kotlin, C#, C++, Ruby, Python, PHP, JavaScript and more languages, as well as advanced team collaboration tools.

At JetBrains, code is our passion. For over 18 years we have strived to make the strongest, most effective developer tools on Earth. By automating routine checks and corrections, our products speed up production, freeing developers to grow, discover and create.

Today, more than 1000 JetBrains colleagues work out of Prague, Munich, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Boston, and Novosibirsk. Five million customers in 225 countries trust our tools daily. Kotlin, our own programming language, became an official language for Android development in 2017.

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Cybergizer was founded by Belarus Ruby Community leaders, who created BRUG.by, help organizing Minsk.rb & RubyconfBY. Mainly our company delivers product development and platform engineering services to IT leading companies and startups across the globe. Our competences are in solving complex business challenges and providing technical innovations, service design and business consulting.

With around 100 million average monthly users in 70+ countries and 28+ languages, Cookpad operates at a unique scale as not only the largest recipe sharing community in the world but also one of the biggest Rails services too. We're building a world-class, product-focused team to push our global platform forward at our new UK office in Bristol. We chose Bristol for its unique mix of tech, design and UX communities, incredible food scene and farming, and vibrant arts and music scenes. We're a visa sponsor and offer a generous relocation package. Come and join us!

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