The Call for Papers is now open for EuRuKo 2009!

If you have a good idea for a Ruby related talk, we want to encourage you to make a proposal for a speech. We are looking for people willing to present on topics like:

  • Non conventional uses of Ruby
  • Interesting practices/techniques to develop Ruby code
  • Useful Ruby libraries/gems
  • Ruby programming related to other technologies/fields

And if you are too shy to propose a talk, you can still help by telling us what kind of topics you would like to see covered during the conference. Make your voice heard at the Euruko this year!

Presentation proposals should be a relatively detailed extended abstract including the topic, outline, suggested duration and details of what will be presented, and should be emailed to (Ideas for topics should also be emailed to the same address.)

Sessions will be distributed in a single track covering technical sessions (20/30/45 minutes + 10 for Q&A), and lightning talks.

The call for papers finishes by February 28th and accepted proposal authors will be contacted on or before March 10th.