About a week has passed since RubyConf Taiwan 2019.
In a word, RubyConf Taiwan 2019 is great. I write down some of the events that were impressive.
Through this conference, I communicated with many people. And I wrote code with them. This is the most enjoyable experience for me.
For example these code:
I met Anuj for the first time in After Hack event. He said he was interested in Charty and then wrote and sent this code.
Another case, I wrote goby code for the first time.
Stan is very kind. He guided me to my first bubble tea experience and also answered questions about the goby code. He also told me a lot of delicious food. So I appreciate very much.
So I thought it would be fun to send him a code at this opportunity. As a result, it was a good opportunity to know about goby, and the code I wrote was merged. I had a great time.
This is not a code, but an impressive event for me.
At the pre-party, I talked a lot about Japan and Taiwan with Grace. I often couldn't communicate well in my English, but I thank her for not giving up communication. I should imitate her behavior. and I hope I improve my English :) This time I didn't go to 象山 that I was told, so I'm looking forward to going there next time.
After my presentation
By the way, my presentation is here. I talked about Charty, a visualization library in Ruby.
Charty looks like a nice graphing and plotting library for Ruby with multiple backends. I'd love to see a backend using something like JFreeChart or JGraphT. Thanks to @284km for the #rubyconftw presentation! https://t.co/oazsV5BUYX— Charles Nutter (@headius) July 27, 2019
Fortunately, I have a chance to talk about Charty in September at RubyConf Thailand 2019.
By that time, we will finish updating the interface of Charty we are working on. And we will release the stable version.
Based on that, Next time, I would like to introduce Charty focusing on cases that can represent Real-world data with a more intuitive interface.
For a while I will focus on making Charty more usable. Like Seaborn, for example.
Enjoy your code!!
Red Data Tools
If you are interested in developing Charty and other libraries, how about writing code together? I'm also a member of Red Data Tools, I like the policy.
I think you can enjoy Asakusa.rb when you visit Japan :)
Asakusa.rb is a must see in the Japanese ruby land! So friendly and inspiring!— Maciej Mensfeld (@maciejmensfeld) July 28, 2019