Hi! We are sorry for the delay with this info, but RuPy 2009 is coming. We will be announcing the date within the month, but expect RuPy to come back around fall.
RuPy 2008 is over. We've prepared a survey for our participants which was sent out - if we've skipped you let us know and we'll send you the address.
We will be putting up the conference pictures up on flickr with rupy2008 and rupy tags. We encourage you all to do the same. We'll also let everyone know when the conference videos are up on youtube. Most probably we'll publish a brief summary of the survey as well - thanks for the input so far!
We're also terribly sorry for canceling one of the talks of the second day. Adrian Pacala couldn't come to the conference which we found out last minute. We'll do our best to avoid such situations in the future and inform everyone promptly if they occur.
If you feel like discussing RuPy or want to leave a link to a blog where you've written a few words about the conference go ahead and subscribe to the rupy-discussions google group.
Hope you've had fun on RuPy,
In couple days we will meet in Poznań. We hope that getting to the conference place won't be any problem for you - especially with the map we prepared and which can be found in the Location section.
We are closing registration for RuPy 2008. All registrants will have to make their payments before 07.04.2008 0:00 CET.
There are less then 10 days till the conference. We already have above 150 participants and are closing registration and payments on Sunday or whenever we have 200 paid attendees. Keep in mind that last minute registrants will be seated for lunch in a neighbouring faculty building which is around 1-2 minutes walk from the conference place.
We have also announced the conference schedule. You may find it in programme section along with talk abstracts and speakers' bios.
We are also happy to let you know that each participant of RuPy will receive 10% discount on dedicated server of their choice - all this thanks to Hosting365 :-) And that is just a taste of other joys you should expect in Poznan. So - if you haven't registered yet - don't hesitate... till there are places left.
We've updated our "location" section by adding more details and accommodation info for your convenience.
Check out the "Speakers" section in the top menu bar to read more about the RuPy 2008 speakers and talks.
RuPy registration is open! The conference fees are as below:
|Early bird registrants*||Late registrants*|
|Students**||15 EUR||20 EUR|
|Regular||30 EUR||40 EUR|
|Company***||80 EUR per capita||100 EUR per capita|
* Early registration lasts until 12th March incl. (payment date counts)
** Students must show a valid student ID and have to be below 26 years old
*** Companies receive certificate for taking part in the conference; their employees receive confirmation of taking part in the conference; discounts are negotiable if more then 3 participants are being sent
Registration is closed now.
We have finished selection of talks for RuPy 2008. We are proud to announce the list of our speakers.Invited talks:
- Jay Fields Business Natural Languages
- Zed Shaw Correlations and Conclusions
- Michael Foord Programming the Browser with IronPython and Silverlight
- Rida al Barazi Is Rails as agile as advertised
- Christopher Arndt How to write “pythonic” code
- Jonathan Hartley Test-Driven Development in Python – getting started
- Matej Pangerc NOOVO: A large-scale Python undertaking
- Andreas Jung Current state of Zope
- Ry Dahl Ebb Web Server
- Pedro Sousa 8 projects, 8 solutions
- Andrzej Krzywda Test Driven Development in Rails
Maciej FijałkowskiCarl Friedrich Bolz PyPy – status and the next goals
- Mateusz Haligowski Python in quantitive methods
- Adam Byrtek Why It’s Good To Be Lazy
- Paweł Lubarski Python/SWIG creating a C module for Python
- Mateusz Biliński Let the Python crawl
- Krzysztof Szafranek Rails, Amazon, Web Services and you
- Łukasz Piestrzeniewicz A need for REST
- Adrian Pacała i18n and l10n
- Marek Janukowicz Complicated SQL querries in Ruby on Rails applications
- Daniel Liszka Ruby on Rails deployment with RubyStack
- Witold Rugowski Facebook Platform Applications with Ruby On Rails
- Jarosław Rzeszótko Metaprogramming – an adventure in doing magic with Ruby
- Wiktor Schmidt Caching in Rails
The list of talks might change slightly until the conference time. Bear in mind that due to the reasons beyond us any talk might be cancelled last-minute. However rest assured that our team will do our best to avoid this type of problems.
Talk abstracts along with short bios will appear on our website shortly.
We are closing the talks submission very soon. The chosen talks will be announed around 7th of February. We are opening registration soon as well. The prices are very likely to be similar to last years'.
We have decided to postpone the deadline of submitting "invited talks" for RuPy 2008. We are still missing a few talks to fill up all the spots, therefore we have decided to set a deadline to 31st of January. We also open up submission of "contributed talks" which are aimed at members of local Ruby and Python communities, who might want to give a smaller talk about their smaller (though not necessarily) projects. All our speakers are offered full board and are free to participate in all the RuPy 2008 events (including the "geek party"). Invited speakers are offered free accommodation as well as a possibility to refund some travel costs if needed.
We would like to remind you that the deadline for submitting talks for RuPy 2008 is 31st of December. If you want to share your experience with Ruby or Python related topics you have to submit a title of your talk along with a short abstract and your short biography for the address email@example.com
We are proud to announce that the RuPy 2008 conference will be held under the patronage of Poznan City Mayor, Mr Ryszard Grobelny and under the patronage of prorector of Adam Mickiewicz University, prof. dr hab. his magnificence Kazimierz Przyszczypkowski.
Hi, we've added new sections to our website - 'for sponsors' and 'for press'. We encourage you to look at those. In the 'for press' section you will find information about the event as well as buttons and a logo to put on your websites.