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Thank you for your proposal for Sapporo RubyKaigi2012.

We are sorry to inform you that we could not allocate time for your presentation in the plenary session.
We are also planning to have lightning talk sessions.
If you are intrested, please submit a lightning talk.
Furthermore, there will be a parallel "Unconference" and you may have opportunity to present there.

About ticket reservation

All proposal submitters are welcome to participate in SPRK2012. We would like to offer you one free ticket to the plenary session.

If you would like to attend, please send the following information to no later than Wednesday, June 7, 2012.



Sapporo RubyKaigi2012 に応募いただきましたこの発表ですが、

LT を合計11枠用意する予定ですので、
ぜひ LT での応募をご検討頂ければと思います。


Sapporo RubyKaigi2012 に参加してほしいと考えています。


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+# Exception Tracking
+Exception tracking has won in ruby. But could it be better? How many users did this exception affect? What are all of the exceptions that happen for a specific post? Is this exception localized to a single application server? None of these questions are easily answered in the current crop of exception tracking systems.
+I have been experimenting with using Elastic Search as a document database for exception data. This allows searching and grouping on any field which turns out to be a very nice property for an exception tracker. I will describe the architecture I am using with Elastic Search to accomplish this. As well as some background on Elastic Search in general.
+- Preferred presentation day: no preference
+- Presentation language: English
+## Andy Delcambre
+## Engine Yard, Inc
+Andy Delcambre is an engineer at Engine Yard and lives in San Francisco. Previously he hailed from Portland where he was a Rails consultant at Planet Argon. He snowboards, backpacks, travels, rock climbs, eats delicious food and rides his bike as often as he can manage.
+- [My website](
+- [My twitter](!/adelcambre)
+- [Rubyconf 2011 Slides](
+- [Rubyconf 2011 Video](
+- [RubyKaigi 2011 Slides](
+- [RubyKaigi 2011 Video](
+- [Úll Sponsor Talk Slides](
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