RuPy 2013 — On the Edge — October 11–13, Budapest, Hungary

RuPy is a unique conference that brings together communities from different state-of-the-art programming languages Ruby, Python, JavaScript, Clojure and related technologies.

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Speakers

Benoit Chesneau

web craftsman

Makoto Inoue

Extremist Programmer

Alex Gaynor

Software Engineer

Pat Shaughnessy

Blogger, Rubyist, Aspiring Author

Steve Klabnik

Jumpstart Lab Instructor

Mattt Thompson

Mobile Lead at Heroku

Mateus Armando

Technical Engineer at Deutsche Telekom AG

James Golick

Chief Computologist at BitLove

Gustaf Nilsson Kotte

Developer at Jayway

Jessica McKellar

Open source developer and PSF Board member

Fabio Pliger

Entrepreneur, Developer, Chairman of the EuroPython Society

Min Ragan-Kelley

IPython Core Dev

Eleanor McHugh

Digital Dilettante at Games With Brains

Floor Drees

Developer evangelist at usersnap.com

Nick Fisher

Director Web Engineering at SoundCloud

Katie Miller

Software Engineer at Red Hat

Bob Ippolito

Entrepreneur

Brandon Rhodes

Trainer and Consultant

Honza Král

Developer at Elasticsearch

Chris McDonough

Developer, Agendaless Consulting

Jean-Paul Schmetz

Chief Scientist at Burda

Julian Fischer

CEO at Avarteq GmbH

Jake Vanderplas

Astronomer at University of Washington

Stuart Halloway

Founder, Cognitect, & Developer, Datomic

Yann Larrivée

Project rescue expert @ FooLab Inc

Joffrey Fuhrer

Software Engineer at dotCloud

Tero Parviainen

Independent Contractor

Emanuele DelBono

Web Dev in Codiceplastico

Andras Barthazi

Lead engineer at Prezi

Ashe Dryden

Programmer, Diversity Advocate

Peter Neumark

DevOps guy at Prezi.com

Marko Anastasov

Engineer at Semaphore

Olivier Hervieu

Lead Developer at tinyclues
*For details about proposals selection and voting, check this post on our blog.

Agenda

Talks slots are 30 minutes long. It's up to speaker to decide how much of that time should be left for questions e.g. 20 + 10 or 25 + 5 etc.

Breaks are 10 minutes long.

Pre-RuPy events
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Pre-conference Python sprints

8 / 10 / 2013 Tue - 10 / 10 / 2013 Thu

Open coding sprint. Attendance is free, please sign your interest of participation here.

Chris McDonough will lead Pyramid topics. Please add your own topic here.

Location: Greenfinity, Puskin utca 19. (map)

Friday 11 / 10 / 2013
8.00

Registration

9.00

Opening Word

9.20

Immutability in Clojure, Ruby, JavaScript, and Python

Tero Parviainen

10.00

Ruby loves DDD

Emanuele DelBono

10.40

Building a European PaaS with Cloud Foundry

Julian Fischer

11.20

Unlocking the Universe with Python and LSST

Jake Van der Plas

12.00 Lunch
13.30

Programming Diversity

Ashe Dryden

14.10

The Naming of Ducks: Where Dynamic Types Meet Smart Conventions

Brandon Rhodes

15.00 RailsGirls Presentation
15.20

OpenStack Development: How we build it and how you can help

Cody Somerville

16.00

HTML Hypermedia APIs and Adaptive Web Design

Gustaf N. Kotte

16.50

Shit Happens...

Olivier Hervieu

Talks slots are 30 minutes long. It's up to speaker to decide how much of that time should be left for questions e.g. 20 + 10 or 25 + 5 etc.

Breaks are 10 minutes long.

Saturday 12 / 10 / 2013 - Session 1
9.30

The future of web applications: client-side MVC frameworks

Andras Barthazi

10.20

Bound by Convention

Matt Thompson

11.10

Keynote

Stu Halloway

11.40 Lunch
13.20

Keynote: How the Internet Works

Jessica McKellar

14.10

Substance D: Build Civilized Web Applications

Chris McDonough

15.00 Lightning Talks
16.00

Scalling Prezi from 25 to 25 million users

Peter Neumark

16.50

1 0 warning signs to watch for to prevent project failure

Yann Larrivée

Saturday 12 / 10 / 2013 - Session 2
9.30

Data Visualisation as an Interface

Makoto Inoue

10.20

Dealing with Complexity

Jean-Paul Schmetz

11.10

Keynote

Stu Halloway

11.40 Lunch
13.20

Keynote: How the Internet Works

Jessica McKellar

14.10

Explore your data

Honza Kral

15.00 Lightning Talks
16.00

Higher-Order Fun

Katie Miller

16.50

Introducing Docker, the open-source container engine

Joffrey Fuhrer

Talks slots are 30 minutes long. It's up to speaker to decide how much of that time should be left for questions e.g. 20 + 10 or 25 + 5 etc.

Breaks are 10 minutes long.

Sunday 13 / 10 / 2013 - Session 1
9.30

Introducing Students to Programming

Bob Ippolito

10.10

IPython is not just about Python anymore

Min Ragan-Kelley

10.50

Stack a platform with Linux containers

Marko Anastasov

11.30

Keynote

Fabio Pliger

12.00 Lunch
13.30

Building Ruby in Python

Alex Gaynor

14.10

Data-Centric security in Ruby (on Rails)

Boris Staal

15.00

Build Yrself Clean

Nick Fischer

16.00

Experimentation in porting the Go concurrency model to Python 3

Benoit Chesneau

16.50

What comes after REST

Peter Neumark

Sunday 13 / 10 / 2013 - Session 2
9.30

Hard Drugs, Rockstar Programmers, and C++

James Golick

10.10

Visualizing Garbage Collection in Ruby and Python

Pat Shaughnessy

10.50

Community Autonomy

Henrique Bastos

11.30

Keynote

Fabio Pliger

12.00 Lunch
13.30

Building Ruby in Python

Alex Gaynor

14.10

Introduction to Rubymotion

Mateus Armando

15.00

The best programmers are teachers

Floor Drees

16.00

Going Loopy: Adventures in Iteration with Google Go

Eleanor McHugh

16.50

TBA

Steve Klabnik

Venue

Accomodation

Carmen Mini Hotel

1075 Budapest , Károly körút 5/B

Price per night (discount):

  • Single: 26.5 EUR
  • Double: 28 EUR
  • Triple: 233 EUR

Elite Apartmanok

1075 Budapest, Wesselényi u. 12

Price per night (discount):

  • Studio apartment for 1 person: 45 EUR
  • Studio apartment for 2 persons: 46,5 EUR
  • Studio apartment for 3 persons: 56 EUR
  • Studio apartment for 4 persons: 65 EUR

Marco Polo Top

1072 Budapest, Nyár utca 6

Price per night (discount):

  • Single: 33 EUR
  • Double: 40 EUR
  • Triple: 49.7 EUR
  • Quad: 56 EUR

Erzsébet

Karolyi Mihaly u 11-15, Budapest

Price per night (discount):

  • Standard room for 1-2 and 3 persons: 65 EUR

Akácfa Apartments

1072 Budapest, VII. (7th district) Akacfa utca 12-14

Price per night (discount):

  • Studio: 46.5 EUR
  • 2 Room apartment: 64 EUR
  • 3 Room apartment 90 EUR

All Central Hostel

1052 Budapest, Bécsi utca 2

Price per night (discount):

  • Double room: 20 EUR per person
  • Quad room: 13 EUR per person
  • 6 bed room: 11.5 EUR per person
  • 8 bed room: 10.5 EUR per person

Elizabeth Bridge

Kossuth Lajos utca 14-16. 1053 Budapest

Price per night (discount):

  • Double room: 45 EUR per room
  • Triple room: 55 EUR per room
  • Quad room: 50 EUR per room
  • 5 bed room: 60 EUR per room
  • 6 bed room: 70 EUR per room
  • 8 bed room: 88 EUR per room

Sponsors

It is thanks to the help of our sponsors and supporters that the conference is made possible each year. Have a look on who they are and what they do.

Sponsors

Become a sponsor RuPy gathers top notch programmers from all over the world. Take this opportunity to promote your product, advertise your company and recruit.

Code of Conduct

RuPy is a community conference designed to bring developers from diverse backgrounds together for collaborative learning experiences and networking. We value the participation of each attendee of the event and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the conference and at all conference events, whether officially sponsored by RuPy or not. To make clear what is expected, all delegates, speakers, exhibitors and volunteers at any RuPy event are required to conform to the following Code of Conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event.

Short Version

RuPy is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other attendees. Behave professionally. Remember that harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate for RuPy. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the conference without a refund at the sole discretion of the conference organizers. Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, friendly event for all.

Longer Version

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Exhibitors in the expo hall, sponsor or vendor booths, or similar activities are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, exhibitors should not use sexualized images, activities, or other material. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise create a sexualized environment. Be careful in the words that you choose. Remember that sexist, racist, and other exclusionary jokes can be offensive to those around you. Excessive swearing and offensive jokes are not appropriate for RuPy. If a participant engages in behavior that violates this code of conduct, the conference organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the conference with no refund.

Team

Alban

Inventing the future of work
Katarina

Katarina

Language enthusiast

Martin

Evil person whom everybody loves

Zaiste

RuPy inception zaiste.net

Balázs

Open source developer, founder of Greenfinity

Adrien

Half Nukomeeter, Half Human

Julien

Knowmad, Nukomeeter

Baptiste

Python lover, Buddy in chief