INDIA 2019

In 2019 RubyConf India is going to be at Goa, Welcome!

Hotel Park Regis in Goa. 20-21 January 2019

About RubyConf India

RubyConf India is a global event complementing other RubyConf events across the world.

This year our event is a 2 day, single track event focused on Ruby Language, Framework and Tools.

Note: The conference is entirely in English.


We're looking for speakers who wish to give a talk at RubyConf India 2019. If you're interested kindly send your talk proposal today.

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Bala Kumar


Product developer turned Site reliability Engineer, scaling systems for Freshworks. Been using Ruby & Rails for the last 5 years. Besides tech he volunteers with Bhumi to teach kids on programming fundamentals and his recent passion is crunching through weather models and radar images to predict rains.

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Brad Urani


Brad Urani is a coder, karaoke singer and barbecue evangelist. He believes happiness is directly correlated with the size of your .vimrc and refuses to buy into YAGNI. When not hiking or hacking, he preaches the wonders of Rails and relational databases as Principal Engineer at Procore in Santa Barbara, CA.

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Charles Nutter


He is one of the JRuby guys, co-lead of JRuby project and JVM enthusiast. He is a Ruby Hero and Java Champion too! He works every day to make JRuby the best JVM-based Ruby possible while pushing JVM folks and other language authors to keep improving the platform.

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Gautam Rege


Gautam Rege has been working in Ruby since 2007. Gautam works a lot in Rails and at Josh Software Private Limited, the company he co-founded, working exclusively in Ruby and Ruby-related technologies. He is well versed with Rhodes (the Ruby mobile framework), Merb, Sinatra and occasionally also experiments with JS frameworks like Sproutcore, and Backbone. He is also a part of organization committee of Rubyconf, India and many other conferences. He is active member of Ruby community in Pune. He has anchored and given talks at many Ruby conferences.

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Jason Swett


Jason Swett helps Rails developers write better tests. Since putting his first website online in 1996, he has taught programming in four countries and worked for organizations like AT&T, Deloitte and the University of Chicago. Jason lives in Sand Lake, Michigan.

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Mudit Maheshwari


Joined GO-JEK as Product Engineer after graduating from IIT Indore last year. He has been working in GO-FOOD, the food business wing of GO-JEK, and has been focused and about building innovative features to enthrall customers. He is passionate about exploring and learning new technologies and likes reading about distributed systems and data-intensive applications. When AFK, he is always ready for a game of cricket or football.

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Ratnadeep Deshmane


Ratnadeep Deshmane aka rtdp is a Ruby developer for past 10 years. He loves travel and has been a digital nomad for past few years. Before starting his digital nomading journey he ran a venture funded startup AppSurfer. Currently, he is Pune writing and enjoying more and more of Ruby.

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Swanand Pagnis


Software Engineer. Parent. Nerd. Long time Rubyist. He likes writing software, reading software, building communities, and continuous improvement. Ruby, OCaml, SQL are his weapons of choice. He earns his living at and organizes meetups for his Bangalore Ruby friends.

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Torsten Rüger

Torsten has been coding in various roles for 38 years. He found ruby in 2001, and hasn’t coded much else since. Nowadays, he feels privileged because he can code for fun, and what interests him most is how code actually works. Hence the very self referential implementation of ruby in ruby.

When he doesn’t code he does timber-framing and builds houses. He lives in the finish nature, with his wife, where they run a B&B, and enjoy the quiet life.

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Yukihiro Matsumoto


Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto is a programmer, and the creator of the Ruby language. He works for many open source related organizations and companies, e.g. NaCl inc. in Japan, Heroku and Ruby Association. Since his real name is difficult for non-Japanese speakers to pronounce correctly, he uses the nickname Matz on the Net. Matz spoke at RubyConfIndia 2016. Matz also spoke at RubyConfIndia 2017 on What is software made of?


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