Ruby Conferences

Ruby conferences are a chance for the Ruby community to come together and share what we have learned recently

We all love attending Ruby conferences. This article is my attempt at keeping lots of information about world wide Ruby conferences in one place.

All information was correct at the time of writing, but as you can imagine things can move fast.

I’ve tried to break the information down into something useful, if there is data you’d like to see please let me know.

The best way to get in touch about adding a conference or updating some information is either via commenting on this post, Twitter, or email.

Upcoming ruby conferences

Date Name Location Some of the speakers Price range Code of conduct
21 Jun 2019 – 22 Jun 2019 EuRuKo Rotterdam, The Netherlands Yukihiro Matsumoto, Eileen Uchitelle, Laura Linda Laugwitz here
05 Jul 2019 Brighton Ruby Brighton, United Kingdom Sarah Mei, Vaidehi Joshi, Aaron Patterson £139 here
25 Jul 2019 – 27 Jul 2019 Rubyconf Kenya Nairobi, Kenya Joannah Nanjekye, William Wanyama, Michael Kimathi here
26 Jul 2019 – 27 Jul 2019 RubyConf Taiwan 2019 Taipei, Taiwan Yukihiro Matsumoto, Yo-An Lin (c9s)
01 Aug 2019 – 02 Aug 2019 Southeast Ruby Brentwood, USA Jessica Kerr, Avdi Grimm here
10 Aug 2019 DeccanRubyConf Pune, India
06 Sep 2019 – 07 Sep 2019 RubyConf TH Bangkok, Thailand Saron Yitbarek, Tim Riley, Richard Schneeman here
14 Sep 2019 – 15 Sep 2019 RubyC Kyiv, Ukraine Katrina Owen, Benoit Daloze, Emily Stolfo here
20 Sep 2019 – 21 Sep 2019 RubyConf Columbia Medellín, Columbia
18 Nov 2019 – 20 Nov 2019 RubyConf Nashville, TN, USA here

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Previous ruby conferences

We have only been keeping track of Ruby conferences since January 2019, so forgive us if your past conference isn’t listed here.

Date Name Location Some of the speakers Code of conduct
25 May 2019 – 26 May 2019 Ruby Unconf Hamburg Hamburg, Germany here
17 May 2019 – 18 May 2019 Balkan Ruby Sofia, Bulgaria Eileen Uchitelle, Aaron Patterson here
14 May 2019 – 15 May 2019 The Ruby Conference of Cracow Cracow, Poland Hasumi Hitoshi, Jônatas Davi Paganini
01 May 2019 – 02 May 2019 Saint P Rubyconf St Petersburg, Russia Piotr Solnica, Anna Selezniova, Dmitry Tsepelev here
30 Apr 2019 – 02 May 2019 RailsConf Minneapolis, USA DHH, Bärí A. Williams, Aaron Patterson here
27 Apr 2019 – 28 Apr 2019 Ruby Elixir Conf Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan Yukihiro Matsumoto, José Valim here
18 Apr 2019 – 20 Apr 2019 RubyKaigi Fukuoka, Japan Yukihiro Matsumoto, Emily Stolfo here
13 Apr 2019 – 13 Apr 2019 Ruby Wine Chișinău, Republic of Moldova Kirill Shevchenko, Ivan Nemytchenko
06 Apr 2019 Ruby Conf BY Minsk, Belarus Aaron Patterson, Piotr Murach
05 Apr 2019 – 08 Apr 2019 Rails Camp South Bandera, USA here
04 Apr 2019 – 05 Apr 2019 Rubyhack Salt Lake City, USA Yukihiro Matsumoto, Shawnee Gao, Molly Struve here
29 Mar 2019 – 01 Apr 2019 Ruby By The Bay Sausalito, CA, USA here
22 Mar 2019 – 24 Mar 2019 Wroc Love RB Wrocław, Poland Markus Schirp, Andrzej Krzywda here
22 Feb 2019 – 24 Feb 2019 Ruby on Ice Tegernsee, Germany Eileen Uchitelle, Ramón Huidobro, Betsy Haibel, Julian Fahrer here
16 Feb 2019 – 16 Feb 2019 Ruby Meditation Kyiv, Ukraine
07 Feb 2019 – 08 Feb 2019 RubyFuza Cape Town, South Africa Piotr Solnica, Tanaka Mutakwa, Aslam Khan here
07 Feb 2019 – 09 Feb 2019 RubyConf AU Melbourne, Australia Nadia Odunayo, Eliza Sorensen, Jack Chen here
01 Feb 2019 Pivorak Lviv, Ukraine Alex Peattie, Arto Bendiken, Norbert Wojtowicz here
20 Jan 2019 – 21 Jan 2019 RubyConf India Goa, India Bala Kumar, Ratnadeep Deshman, Yukihiro Matsumoto

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