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Kungfurails2009

  1. 1. How Ruby spread all over the world and What you can do TODAY Masayoshi Takahashi Ruby Nihon Ruby no Kai
  2. 2. Hello!
  3. 3. I came from Japan yesterday
  4. 4. to say to you “Hello!”
  5. 5. Why I came to say Hello
  6. 6. I don’t know about you
  7. 7. You don’t know about me
  8. 8. Who am I?
  9. 9. My Name is
  10. 10. Masayoshi Takahashi
  11. 11. My Daytime Job is
  12. 12. Web Developer Web
  13. 13. at Twinspark Co. Ltd. Twinspark
  14. 14. My Weekend Job is
  15. 15. the leader of “Nihon Ruby no Kai” (Japan Ruby Group)
  16. 16. “Nihon Ruby no Kai”(Japan Ruby Group) is Ruby
  17. 17. support Ruby users and developers Ruby
  18. 18. Activities of Ruby no Kai
  19. 19. Rubyist Magazine
  20. 20. ←nobu
  21. 21. Ruby Reference Manual(JP)
  22. 22. The RubyKaigi Ruby
  23. 23. Annual conference of Ruby in Japan Ruby
  24. 24. RubyKaigi2009 Staff
  25. 25. support of Regional RubyKaigi Ruby
  26. 26. regional conferences of Ruby Ruby
  27. 27. http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=ja&msa=0&msid=109963699510595630764.000467c27587f25f05426&ll=35.588138,139.728477&spn=0.008638,0.014527&z=16
  28. 28. personal activities
  29. 29. My Books
  30. 30. Today’s Topic
  31. 31. I’m not commiter
  32. 32. I have no famous works
  33. 33. What should I say to you?
  34. 34. We hava same problem
  35. 35. rails world don’t know us
  36. 36. well-known rails sites in Japan? Rails sites
  37. 37. well-known plugins in Japan? Rails plugins
  38. 38. well-known Japanese railers? Rails developers
  39. 39. very little
  40. 40. or nothing :-(
  41. 41. famous rails sites for Japanese Rails site
  42. 42. CookPad
  43. 43. recipe site
  44. 44. tabelog
  45. 45. Restaurant guide
  46. 46. only for Japanese
  47. 47. You don’t know about me
  48. 48. I don’t know about you
  49. 49. We hava same problem
  50. 50. exception in Japan
  51. 51. Ruby
  52. 52. How to spread Ruby from Japan
  53. 53. Useful for Rails from Japan
  54. 54. May useful for Rails from China
  55. 55. Today’s Topic
  56. 56. Why/How to spread Ruby?
  57. 57. the case of Ruby
  58. 58. two reasons
  59. 59. spread in Japan
  60. 60. spread in Japan
  61. 61. rivals of Ruby in Japan
  62. 62. Nothing. Period.
  63. 63. Only in other countries
  64. 64. major language designers
  65. 65. living in the west
  66. 66. Is it Nationalism?
  67. 67. It’s Pragmatism
  68. 68. documents in Japanese
  69. 69. talks in Japanese
  70. 70. interested in languages
  71. 71. learn Ruby whether you like or not
  72. 72. come together
  73. 73. Ruby as common land
  74. 74. all Japan language design team
  75. 75. Network Libraries
  76. 76. regexp engine
  77. 77. VM
  78. 78. reference manual
  79. 79. the Matz power Matz
  80. 80. great, of course
  81. 81. everything done by Matz
  82. 82. based on Matz
  83. 83. incubator
  84. 84. merit of minority
  85. 85. mature language
  86. 86. preparing spread
  87. 87. books
  88. 88. application
  89. 89. tDiary
  90. 90. blog tool using CGI blog
  91. 91. support Ruby in CGI era
  92. 92. reach many Japanese
  93. 93. spread out of Japan
  94. 94. Evangelists
  95. 95. spread out of Japan
  96. 96. key person with loud voice
  97. 97. in the case of Ruby Ruby
  98. 98. Dave and Andy Dave Thomas Andy Hunt
  99. 99. the Pragmatic Programmers
  100. 100. writing Ruby books
  101. 101. Programming Ruby
  102. 102. free copy
  103. 103. strategy to spread
  104. 104. language goodness
  105. 105. spread
  106. 106. different problem
  107. 107. famous person
  108. 108. make match
  109. 109. reach such person
  110. 110. before them do yourself
  111. 111. another reason to spread
  112. 112. Ruby’s background
  113. 113. community
  114. 114. FLOSS
  115. 115. merits for users
  116. 116. merits for users
  117. 117. Important point
  118. 118. Cost
  119. 119. FLOSS’s enemy is cost
  120. 120. low cost make success
  121. 121. using tools against cost BTS
  122. 122. ML
  123. 123. SVN & git
  124. 124. if you want restriction
  125. 125. it need cost
  126. 126. making open
  127. 127. need less cost?
  128. 128. develop with less cost
  129. 129. make happy
  130. 130. What you can do tonight
  131. 131. if you have good code code
  132. 132. please use FLOSS license FLOSS
  133. 133. if you have more time
  134. 134. create applications
  135. 135. Rails apps
  136. 136. Plug-in
  137. 137. please make them FLOSS
  138. 138. put on github github
  139. 139. put on RubyForge RubyForge
  140. 140. announce on MLs rails-talk / ruby-talk
  141. 141. holding events
  142. 142. like this conference KungFu Rails
  143. 143. share your knowledge
  144. 144. In near future
  145. 145. without China and Japan
  146. 146. we cannot talk Rails’ future
  147. 147. I hope such a future
  148. 148. Conclusion
  149. 149. I want to say to you Hello in FLOSS world
  150. 150. See You at the Ruby World! $ gem install YourGreatCode $ git clone http://YourGreatCode
  151. 151. Thank You!

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