This post was originally published on the Elabs blog, before Elabs and Varvet joined forces.
Earlier this month, we held the fourth edition of Nordic Ruby, the conference we organise every year. Just like last year we held it at Hasseludden Yasuragi, a beautiful Japanese-style spa in the Stockholm archipelago.
I couldn’t be happier with the way the conference turned out this year. We had some incredible talks from our fantastic speakers, and I had a wonderful time meeting old friends and making new ones.
If you want to see more of what Nordic Ruby was like this year, you’ll find slides, notes, blog posts and photos in the coverage section of our Lanyrd page.
Some standout links that you’ll definitely want to check out:
- Jess Eldredge’s sketch notes from the talks
- Our official photographer Antony Sastre’s photos
- The video from our videographer Alex Lang
- Reginald Braithwaite’s blog post that sums up so much of what Nordic Ruby is all about
Speaking of what Nordic Ruby is all about, I think this year’s conference showed that it’s not about Ruby in any case. It’s never been really, but we haven’t done a good job communicating that. That’s changing.
Nordic Ruby will be back next year, but it won’t be called Nordic Ruby any more. The name of the conference will be different, but the feeling of it will stay the same. If you want to keep up with our announcements about it, make sure you follow @nordicruby on Twitter.
See you next year!