Saturday, August 28, 2010

RubyKaigi 2010

The scarily efficient organizers of RubyKaigi 2010 only took a few hours to publish the video of my talk on metaprogramming and the Ruby object model (slides and audio only).

Yesterday I also lived the Andy Warhol moment of my life when I signed the first hundred or so copies of Metaprogramming Ruby Japanese Edition together with translator Kado Masanori and Matz. I looked at the long line of people happily waiting half an hour to have their copy signed, and suddenly spending three years to write a book seemed like a perfectly rational thing to do.

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