|9:00 ~ 9:30||Breakfast|
|9:30 ~ 9:50||Opening|
|09:55 ~ 10:50||良葛格: Understanding Typing, Understanding Ruby(Slides)|
|10:50 ~ 11:10||Intermission|
|11:10 ~ 12:00||
Sponsor appeal - Code Mentor
Joseph Ku 古傑芳: RubyMotion Gets A Cool New Friend: mruby on iOS
|12:00 ~ 13:30||Lunch|
|14:00 ~ 14:25||Manic Chuang: Practice: Refactoring with tests|
|14:30 ~ 15:25||
Sponsor appeal - i-TRUE
|15:25 ~ 15:45||Tea Time|
|15:45 ~ 16:10||
Sponsor appeal - Ruling Digital
Lin Jen-Shin (godfat): RubyQC -- A conceptual QuickCheck library for Ruby (Slides)
|Winston Teo-Happy Teams (Slides)|
|16:15 ~ 16:40||蘇泰安: Tell a good story with Ruby||Lance Gleason: Analytics For The Busy Ruby Developer(Slides)|
|16:45 ~ 17:10||David Yun: 10 Things to Make API Users Like You.(Slides)||Satoshi GUNJI: Introducing Rubyist Magazine|
|17:15 ~ 17:40||簡煒航: Make Your Rails Backstage Better.||Hiroshi SHIBATA: From "legacy" to the "edge" 2014 edition. (Slides)|
|19:30 ~ 23:59||Official Party|
|9:00 ~ 9:30||Breakfast|
|9:30 ~ 9:55||Szu-Kai Hsu (brucehsu): Cores unleashed - Exploiting Parallelism in Ruby with STM (and a new VM) (Slides)||Team Yamanekko: How to debug mruby|
|10:00 ~ 10:55||
Sponsor appeal - Faria.co
Linda & Terence: How the Principles of Ruby Inspired the Rails Girls Community (Slides)
|10:55 ~ 11:15||Intermission|
|11:15 ~ 11:40||
Sponsor appeal - Amazon
Tse-Ching Ho (何澤清): Ruby on Bioinformatics
|Francis Chong: Implement beautiful DSL for iOS using Ruby (Slides)|
|11:40 ~ 12:05||Arne Brasseur: Functional Programming in Ruby (Slides)|
|12:05 ~ 13:35||Lunch|
|13:35 ~ 14:00||Richard Lee-Ruby & Friends: Taking Go as an example (Slides)||YUKI TORII: the Guide to know Ruby implementation for non-C language programer|
|14:10 ~ 15:05||Charles Nutter: Growing Up - Bringing Concurrency to Ruby|
|15:05 ~ 15:25||Tea Time|
|15:25 ~ 15:50||Koichi Sasada: Object lifetime analysis with Ruby 2.1||André Arko: Extreme Makeover - Rubygems Edition|
|15:55 ~ 16:20||Yuichiro MASUI: mruby on iOS == MobiRuby||Amy Wibowo: sweaters as a service - adventures in electronic knitting|
|16:25 ~ 16:50||Zachary Scott: Contributing To Ruby: Part Two||Richard Huang: Improve and refactor ruby code easier (slide)|
|17:00 ~ 18:00||
1. 高見龍: Rails Girls in Taiwan (slide)
2. Arne Brasseur: Learning Chinese with Ruby
3. Tim Jones: Introducing Lingo
4. 林聖哲: Package and distribute your Ruby application as standalone, full-stack program.
5. Boris Stitnicky: Executable Systems Science in Ruby
6. 簡煒航: A Markdown Based Blogging System
7. 林鈺翔: Integrating Angularjs and Rails
8. 徐曦: How to deploy your Rails application on Windows (slide)
|18:00 ~ 18:10||Closing|
In the same way that Matz has written Ruby in order to make developers happy, we are also focused on making the community happy. The RubyConf Taiwan and Ruby Taiwan gather wonderful people from a diverse range of backgrounds, and we want to create a welcoming and safe environment where everyone eagers to join.
When we come together, we insist on what we have believe as a community from the beginning — to provide everyone with opportunities to showcase the best of what he/she can be. We are there to support our peers — to build each other up, to accept each other for who they are, and to encourage each other to become the people they want to be.
With that in mind, if you will be present at RubyConf Taiwan, whether as an attendee, organiser, sponsor or speaker, we take it as given that you agree to follow this code of conduct:
The RubyConf Taiwan organisation is dedicated to providing harassment-free experiences at events and conferences for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, or age. We do not tolerate harassment in any form.
All communication should be appropriate for professional audience including people of different backgrounds. Sexual languages and imageries are not acceptable in any circumstance.
Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other members of the community. Be respectful towards others. Remember that harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate for events supported by RubyConf Taiwan.
Anyone violating these rules at events may be asked to leave the event without a refund at the sole discretion of the organisers.
If you or someone else is subject to harassment, or you have a concern, please contact the event organisers (who will introduce themselves at the beginning of the event), or member of the RubyConf Taiwan Staff.
Ruby Taiwan community is a welcoming and friendly place – thank you for being a part of it.
為了使開發者更快樂，Matz 創造了 Ruby。同樣的，我們也致力於讓這個社群更快樂。RubyConf Taiwan 與 Ruby Taiwan 中聚集了來自多樣背景的優秀成員，而我們期盼營造出一個人人都想成為其中一份子的，開放且安全的環境。
每當我們同聚一堂，我們始終如一，提供所有人舞台去分享各自的最好的部分，我們為同伴提供各種協助 - 去彼此建立關係、去互相接受、並且鼓勵所有人成為他們想要的樣子。
顧慮及此，如果您有機會參與 RubyConf Taiwan ，無論是作為一個聽眾、成員、贊助商甚或是講者，我們都需要您遵從以下行為準則：
RubyConf Taiwan 組織致力提供一個平等尊重的參與體驗，在每ㄧ場的活動與議程，無論性別、性向、殘疾、外貌、體型、種族、宗教甚至年齡，我們決不容忍任何形式的騷擾與歧視。
善待他人，請勿侮辱或冷落社群中的成員，永遠彼此尊重。請銘記在心，性騷擾及性別歧視，種族歧視，或是排外的笑話都不受 RubyConf Taiwan 所有活動的歡迎。
如果您或是有其他人受到騷擾，或您有相關的顧慮，請聯繫主辦者（會在開場前自我介紹），或是 RubyConf Taiwan 其他組織成員
RubyConf Taiwan 社群是一個友善可親的所在 - 且謝謝您也做為其中的一份子。