Schedule

Friday

Beginners' Workshops

Free if you applied and were accepted. View schedule

JRubyConf EU

Separate tickets (available from tickets.jrubyconf.eu). View schedule

workshops

If you have a eurucamp ticket, there is no additional cost for workshops. Space is limited though so you should sign up in advance, through our activities app.

09:00

Workshop Registration

09:30

Introduction to Lotus framework

Luca Guidi

Seminar 2. OG 40

Practical graphics with Sinatra, Angular and D3

Leif Terje Fonnes

Seminar EG 20

A Graph processing workshop

Pere Urbón-Bayes

Seminar EG 40
14:00

How to do Static Analysis Driven Refactoring

Christophe Philemotte

Seminar 2. OG 20

Introduction to D3.js

Joanne Cheng

Seminar 2. OG 40

eurucamp main sessions

18:30

Registration

19:30

Introduction

Outside on the lawn
19:45

Keynote

Paolo "Nusco" Perrotta

Outside on the lawn
20:30

eurucamp Party, sponsored by Fyber

Saturday

Two parallel tracks run on Saturday and Sunday, with each session repeated. See our explanation of Pendelverkehr.

HALL 1 HALL 2
09:00

Coffee & late registration

09:30

Introduction

Introduction

09:45

Culture Eats Products For Breakfast

Laura Eck

How I tried to self medicate my depression by doing sports

André Cedik

10:15

Let's build a game with Ruby

Rin Räuber

Decentralise ALL THE THINGS!

Jan Krutisch

10:45

Coffee break

11:00

It Takes a Village to Make a Programmer

Michele Guido

How Ruby helps get more Women on Stage

Maren Heltsche & Anja R.

11:15

Web Controlled Automation

Tworit Kumar Dash

11:30

JRuby

JRuby Team Leads

Hello, SOA World!

Grayson Wright

12:00

Internet of Dusty Things

Daniel Bovensiepen

The Scientific Method of Troubleshooting

Blithe Rocher

12:30

Lunch and siesta break

Outside on the lawn
14:30

The Agile Inception Deck / Kickstarting your project

Bart ten Brinke

Hörsaal 1
17:00

RubyMotion and Accessibility

Austin Seraphin

Far-East Ruby

Sebastian Korfmann

17:30

How Ruby helps get more Women on Stage

Maren Heltsche & Anja R.

Not being an asshole is not enough

Ellen König

17:45

Refactoring Ruby with Monads (or, Monads: The Good Parts)

Tom Stuart

Utils is a Junk Drawer!

Frank Webber

18:15

Break

18:30

Outside panel

Outside on the lawn
19:15

Break

19:30

Lightning talks

Outside on the lawn
20:15

Closing remarks

Outside on the lawn

Sunday

Two parallel tracks run on Saturday and Sunday, with each session repeated. See our explanation of Pendelverkehr.

HALL 1 HALL 2
09:30

Coffee

10:00

Utils is a Junk Drawer!

Frank Webber

Internet of Dusty Things

Daniel Bovensiepen

10:30

The Scientific Method of Troubleshooting

Blithe Rocher

Refactoring Ruby with Monads (or, Monads: The Good Parts)

Tom Stuart

11:00

Coffee break

11:15

Web Controlled Automation

Tworit Kumar Dash

Let's build a game with Ruby

Rin Räuber

11:30

Take note!

Såndra Wendebørn

11:45

Far-East Ruby

Sebastian Korfmann

It Takes a Village to Make a Programmer

Michele Guido

12:15

Lunch

13:15

Decentralise ALL THE THINGS!

Jan Krutisch

JRuby

JRuby Team Leads

13:45

Hello, SOA World!

Grayson Wright

Culture Eats Products For Breakfast

Laura Eck

14:15

Coffee break

14:30

Not being an asshole is not enough

Ellen König

Take note!

Såndra Wendebørn

14:45

How I tried to self medicate my depression by doing sports

André Cedik

RubyMotion and Accessibility

Austin Seraphin

15:15

Fishbowl

Outside on the lawn
16:00

Closing remarks

Outside on the lawn