I was a little late to write, I talked at the RUBYCONFTH 2019 (9/6 - 9/7).
The title is "Charty - Visualize Real-world Data with Ruby".
Continuing from the RubyConf Taiwan, Speee is also speaker sponsor. Thanks for supports.
This time it was an opportunity to talk about Charty in English a month after talked at Taiwan.
Here is a quick summary of what I have experienced:
- Introducing the basic functions of Charty and the latest additions
- Charty now supports JRuby through development in Thailand. And I was able to introduce it
- It was always difficult for me to explain Charty. However, this time I was able to speak with a nice feeling
- I was also able to talk about the improvement of the internal interface and the plan for the stable version
- Last time (RubyConf Taiwan), the standard for me was made, so I think I could do better this time
- It was also an opportunity to learn a little bit of Thai language
- There was a speaker dinner the day before and I had the opportunity to test my daily conversation in English
- It made the standard for me now
- I felt it would be a loss if I couldn't communicate in English a little more fluently
- I went to Thailand for the first time
- Saw the Chao Phraya River
- RUBYCONFTH is the first Ruby Conference in Bangkok, I am the first person who checked in the reception :)
Charty with JRuby
I was able to meet again in Thailand after fulfilling my promise with Charles in Taiwan :)
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
The code is here:
and then, After RUBYCONTH, @k0kubun acted and benchmark-driver/benchmark_driver-output-charty: benchmark_driver plugin to render with Charty that can render with box plot was created. This is also thanks to RUBYCONFTH and k0kubun-san.
I also got a very happy word. Really thanks.
I can't thank you enough. I'd like to give you back by writing next code. ❤️ https://t.co/IK3acs2IXN— 秒速 (@284km) September 8, 2019
thanks everyone. I look forward to seeing you again.
After my talk, so many people told me what they thought and I enjoyed it a lot. My English is inadequate and I want to improve it because I wanted to talked more and told better. There were a lot of nice people here, so it seems more fun to talk more freely in my English.
That's why I would like to continue writing Charty code and other code and improve my English so that I can meet again. I hope I can participate in RUBYCONFTH 2020.
ドラゴンフルーツ美味しい pic.twitter.com/UYcnI3uYM6— 秒速 (@284km) September 5, 2019
maybe Wat Arun pic.twitter.com/Vk0phNMXA2— 秒速 (@284km) September 5, 2019
Yay! the first receptionist. pic.twitter.com/vzAxGNODjY— 秒速 (@284km) September 5, 2019