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The last of our two regular ticket sales takes place tomorrow, Wednesday 18 May at 10am CEST. Tickets are available at and, once again, expected to sell extremely fast! What's more, our full speaker line-up has now been announced!
The first of our two regular ticket sales takes place today, Friday 16 May from 2pm CEST. (that's 8am EST, 12noon UTC). Tickets are available at and expected to go fast!
The third iteration of the European Edition of JRubyConf will take place on 1 August, again as part of eurucamp. The Call for Papers is now open at

Early Bird tickets (€99) are also still available.
eurucamp Early Bird tickets will go on sale at 6pm CEST at (that's 12noon EDT, 9am PDT if you're in the U.S.). See our blog article for prices and all the details.
The fourth iteration of eurucamp will take place on 1 - 3 August 2014. Our Call for Proposals is open until the 1 May and we're launching a mentorship programme to help encourage new speakers to participate.
During the last weekend, several events have shaken the Ruby community. We feel that due to the gravity of these issues, a direct statement in addition to those of individual members of the Ruby Berlin e.V. is necessary.
eurucamp, the European Ruby Camp hosted by the Berlin Ruby community, returns this summer (16 - 18 August). Our CFP is open from now until 15 May. We're especially enthused by proposals from first-time speakers.

Our blog explains our goals, while our website gives the whole low-down on submitting a proposal.
Ruby Berlin e.V. and the JRuby team are thrilled to announce the second European Edition of JRubyConf. JRubyConf will feature as part of eurucamp week, taking place in Germany's capital City from 10 - 18 August.

Early Bird tickets are available now (€149 instead of €199).
Our CFP launches Friday.
eurucamp 2012, the european Ruby camp, is now accepting proposals for sessions. Last year Rubyists from the Berlin community organised the camp+unconference eurucamp 2011. It ran parallel to the EuRuKo mega-event and was designed for those who wanted to come to Berlin but unable to get tickets to the main EuRuKo sessions. This year, we're building upon the work done for eurucamp 2011, but transforming it into a standalone event.
I wrote an article discussing some of the issues surrounding @wycats' crowd-funding proposal for
Bundler Pain Points
I wrote up a list of some common pain points with Bundler (well, at least the pain points that are common to me). I also list various fixes and workarounds.
Just posted a getting started tutorial if you're interested in using DataMapper on JRuby.