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Talk by Koichi Sasada creator of the current Ruby 1.9 interpreter (YARV)

  • Aug 29, 2011 · 7:00 PM
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We are honoured to have Koichi Sasada, the creator of the current Ruby interpreter YARV (Yet Another Ruby Virtual Machine), give a presentation about his work.

He is in Vancouver for a few days and Ujihisa Tatsuhiro, himself a past presenter and a friend of Koichi, made sure that this was all put together. Thanks to Koichi for joining us and thanks to Ujihisa for hooking it all up.

So if you want to see one of the core contributors to Ruby give a talk, join us on Monday August 29 at 7:00 p.m.

We'll meet in the lobby of Harbour Centre where you can ask security to send you up to the 16th floor or look for the Rubyists that we'll be ferrying up the elevators.

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  • Sunny H.

    It was great to have Koichi visit us in Vancouver at the Ruby/Rails Meetup Group. He gave a fun and informative talk about YARV and the state of Ruby interpreters. The best part was having Koichi stick around and just talk to us about everything from YARV, to Anime, geek relationships in Japan vs North America and what he does in Japan. I can say that he is a very nice person and incredibly humble about what he's done for the Ruby community.

    August 30, 2011

  • Sunny H.

    Thanks Uj, I've changed the meetup date.

    August 19, 2011

  • uj

    Not August 22 but August 29!

    August 18, 2011

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