Euruko's Coming to Poland May 29-30

Apr 02, 2010 | Tags: Ruby on Rails
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Are you into Ruby? Do you live in Europe? If so, you should really try to make it to Euruko, the European Ruby conference. This year, it is in Kraków, Poland on May 29th and 30th. The event is being held at the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, located on the Wisła river near the heart of historic Kraków and with a view of the Wawel Castle.

We’re happy to announce that BitNami is sponsoring the conference along with ProRuby, Ragnarson, Picklive, ASPGems, mWorks, 3Scale and Wooga. That will keep the cost low for you and make sure you’re well taken care of at the event! Registration should be opening tomorrow, so keep your eye on our Twitter feed to make sure you get registered before it fills up!

The conference is informal and focused on providing lots of opportunities for learning, chatting, hacking and having fun. Confirmed speakers include Yukihiro “matz” Matsumoto, Scott “Dragon” Chacon and José Valim, so the content should be great again this year.

We hope to see you there!