Euruko 2016 – Ruby is dead, long live Ruby!

It has almost been three weeks since we (me and two colleagues) came back from a wonderful trip to Sofia. Thanks to Mikamai (and I will never stop to be thankful for this! πŸ€—) we had the opportunity to attend the 2016 Euruko conference.


Considering the list of speakers, all well known for their accomplishments in and out the Ruby community, I was overexcited by the time we had the confirmation of our trip.
Personally I was particularly thrilled to listen to the two keynotes. It doesn’t happen everyday to listen to Matz and JosΓ© live! πŸ˜‰
Anyway, enough fangirling!

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CloudConf 2016

Edit: despite the time passed since I wrote this article it seems that there is still someone that is finding it interesting and entertaining! I’m really happy about it and so, thanks a lot Eric! πŸ˜„

Regarding interesting posts let me grab the chance to suggest this one wrote by James Crace of Cloudwards πŸ‘Œ.
Go on and take a look at it, I’ll wait you here don’t worry πŸ˜‰

…oh there you are, welcome back! Ejoy my post! 😁

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Milan Codemotion 2015

Last week Milan hosted one of the events that I personally find more interesting among all those held in Italy. Together oviously with its twin, the Rome Codemotion πŸ˜‰

The reason why I value a lot Codemotion events and conferences is that they really encompass many different fields of the tech industry and so they gather a lot of people with different backgrounds and expertises.

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