Meet other Ruby enthusiasts from all over the World at Paris.rb conf 2018. The conference will be held in Paris this June 28-29. Come to exchange, listen to great talks, and learn what’s new in Ruby.
Dedicated to bring tools and practices to developers, I love to build products and facilitate their development. I am passionate about making technologies humanist, I care to make complex concepts very simple, I am a polyglot developer, C++ and Ruby being my strongest languages. I work at EURA NOVA as their Head of Engineering, I lead the development of our new data platform, David.
Senior Systems Engineer @github, @Rails Core Team, 👩💻 speaker, ❤️ OSS. Formerly @basecamp.
After several years Ruby software development in Washington, DC, Mai left IT to pursue her passion for food and wine. She earned a Masters degree in Oenology at the University of Adelaide, and continued on her journey, working in wine production in Australia, France, California, and New Zealand. Mai is now based in Wellington, and has since returned to the tech industry. Since then, she has been exploring ways to use technology to make wine more accessible to the public.
Code witch at Stitch Fix and creator of the Contributor Covenant. Ruby Hero. Developer, speaker, writer, and musician.
Media Artist / Senior Research Scientist at the AIST / Chairman of NicoNicoGakkaiβ / Ph.D. (Information Science and Technology) / ``Patterns, Wiki, and XP”
Philip is the VP of Technology for ClubCollect, a FinTech startup in Amsterdam. Dilettante
I’m a developer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Open source lover with an attention to detail. I’m a Computer Science student and I’ve been working with Ruby since 2009. Currently working at Citrusbyte, where I hone my productivity, leadership and distributed systems skills.
Love martial arts, heavy metal, Doctor Who, anime and books. Talk to me if you want to know what to watch or read next.
Ruby contributor. Maintainer of One-Click Ruby Installer. Avid Open-Source contributor Also know as *nix developer’s nightmare. Technical Director at AREA 17.
A mathematician found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source, mentoring Rails devs and being an Evil Martian. Author of Anycable and TestProf.
Nerd, cyclist, and blogger. I’m a pair programming evangelist. Vim editor user and enthusiast. In love with Ruby since 2007.
My highlight experiences involve performance and architecture. I worked a few years writing automated strategies for financial markets, processing millions of events per day.
I also worked in different domains and technologies including embedded systems, 3D printers, web and mobile development.
Damir is a Rails Senior Software Engineer @ Netflix. He is a strong advocate of clean coding, automated testing and passionate about constant improvement. On top of that, he is an organizer of Ruby Meetups in Zagreb, a regular blogger, conference speaker, open source lover and contributor.
Bozhidar is the author of RuboCop and the editor of the community Ruby and Rails style guides. Most people would probably describe him as an Emacs zealot (and they would be right). He’s also quite fond of the Lisp family of languages, functional programming in general and Clojure in particular.
Believe it or not, Bozhidar has hobbies and interests outside the realm of computers, but we won’t bore with those here.
I have been doing Ruby full time since 2002. I was the former Ruby 1.8.6. maintainer. I have freelanced, worked for Engine Yard, and currently, Cookpad, full time with Ruby and web technologies since that time.
In my off time, I raise my 4 kids and do endurance sports: ultra marathons and gravel bike races.
Keith is a long time software developer who started his software development career writing an in-house accounting package on an Apple II in Applesoft BASIC. He’s worked with Ruby for the last few years. He’s lived on four continents and now spends most of his time split between Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Reston, Virginia (a suburb of Washington, DC). His other interests include karaoke, current events, foreign languages, massage, technical community, and becoming a better human being.
A member of Ruby core team. RubyGems, Rake, RDoc, Psych, ruby-build, etc. and He is an administrator of ruby-lang.org and supports to develop the environment of Ruby language.
He is also Executive Officer in GMO Pepabo, Inc. His most interest things are “Productivity” He believes, there’s business value in fun.
Jenna is a backend developer on the Amazon integration team at Shopify. Her introduction to software began with a hasty retreat from C in a university physics class, only to return thanks to the joy of Ruby. Outside of work, she can be found knitting, riding her bike or climbing inside on pretend rocks.
Software bricoleur, Keep a Changelogger, Code School maintainer, irregular Ruby and Rails contributor, and undercover French person.
Sylvain Abélard is a problem solver at Faveod. He mostly uses Ruby, Rails and asking questions to help people. He’s co-organiser at ParisRB and would love to welcome you in beautiful Paris, France.
This ticket is valid for the whole conference duration (Thursday and Friday)
This ticket is only valid for students: June 28th and 29th, 2018
This ticket is only valid on Friday June 29, 2018
This ticket is only valid on Thursday June 28, 2018
Metro 7 - Villejuif Louis Aragon
15 minutes from Orly airport with shuttle.
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