The Ruby community is composed of two parts, Ruby itself and people. Although we love coding Ruby, not having the right approach when it comes to people, including ourselves, will block us from ever achieving happiness in any programming endeavor.
First, what is it that Ruby has that makes us feel happier when programming? How can we leverage Ruby to better express ourselves?
Second, our clients have their own realities, each one with their own tastes and ways of looking at the world. How can we leverage Ruby to connect their realities with ours using an ubiquitous language and achieve success in our projects?
To improve our community and have more fun than ever, we have to improve on the most important aspect of any software project: the people. I'll talk about that.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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、
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。