1. Windows Azure is a Microsoft cloud platform not only for developers with .NET/C#, but also for developers with Ruby on Rails. Ruby on Rails Application can be hosted on Windows Azure Cloud Services (PaaS) with Nougakudo. In this talk, We'll introduce

    What is Windows Azure Cloud Service
    How NougakuDo connect Windows Azure and Rails Application
    Case Study


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  2. Talker: Usaku NAKAMURA

    Introducing the efforts to the present and future directivity about Windows support of Ruby, and also introducing the truth of how Ruby can actually be used on Windows now.


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  3. Talker: Xuejie "Rafael" Xiao

    Webruby uses emscripten to compile mruby, the lightweight Ruby implementation into pure JavaScript. This allows programmers to write Ruby code and run it in the browser. What's more, we also built a JavaScript calling interface from Webruby, and an OpenGL ES 2.0 binding. While naturally suited for building Web-based games, Webruby also provides an alternative for modern single-page applications without using JavaScript.


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  4. Talker: Yusuke Endoh, Koichiro Eto, Shinichiro Hamaji, Yutaka Hara, Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto, eban

    The result presentation of TRICK 2013, an esoteric Ruby programming contest, will take place.
    You can (perhaps) enjoy some winning entries of unearthly Ruby code selected by esoteric judges.
    See more information: https://sites.google.com/site/trickcontest2013/


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  5. Talker: Jacob Burkhart

    From DRB, XMPP, AMQP to Resque and Rails 4. Running a background worker process is a tool I've reached for often. And while the underlying tools may change, the same problems seem to crop up in every one.
    A failed request serves your fancy custom 500 error page, but what about a failed job?


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RubyKaigi 2013 is a 3 day, multi-track conference for Rubyists held in Tokyo, Japan, the country Ruby was born in.
Let's celebrate Ruby 2.0's release by rebooting RubyKaigi this year!

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