November 1, 2010
Last week I presented at Rubyconf here in Brazil. It was the first edition named Rubyconf, but the folks behind it already had a tradition with Rails Summit. It was a huge event, specially considering that the main focus was a programming language. I got no exact numbers, but people where talking about more than 600 attendants. The site still up and you can see for yourself that there was a lot of interesting people talking.
I was invited by Fabio Akita to speak about non-blocking I/O. It was the first time here in Brazil that I got the opportunity to talk of such topics, and I’m glad that all conferences I attended or presented this year had more technical topics than vendor related and superficial concepts related to methodologies.
I had the opportunity to talk with Jim Weirich and Blaine Cook about what they are doing, and other folks that I happen to see once in a while, even living in Brazil.
There goes my slide deck