When RubyKaigi tickets sold out in 60 minutes

Posted at 8:23 | 08 Jun. 2022

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When RubyKaigi tickets sold out in 60 minutes

It was June 2006. After a lot of work, the first ever RubyKaigi came onto the scene. Here we have a journal entry from none other than Why the Lucky Stiff, giving us all the juicy in-person details.


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