Ruby Prize 2014 Final Nominees

 The Ruby Prize Committee is happy to announce that Ruby Prize 2015 Award final nominees.

We will select the Ruby Prize 2015 winner from these people at the RubyWorld Conference 2015.

Schedule :17:25 -18:20, November 12th, 2015
Venue : International Conference Hall (3F), Shimane Prefectual Convention Center "Kunibiki Messe"

Final Nominees

Koji Takao

 

Benoit Daloze 

 

Naoki Nishida

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While discussion builds around the need for programming education, Smalruby developed by Kouji Takao using Ruby is considered to contribute to the development of programming talent by simplifying the programming experience for young people. We hope that his activities bring in new participants to the Ruby community, and consequently expand the diffusion of the Ruby language into the future.

 

  Benoit Daloze for his work on the RubySpec test suite which had been terminated. He revitalized RubySpec and fixed the specs to run on all supported versions of MRI (2.0.0 – trunk) which is befitting of the Ruby Prize award. Now not only JRuby but also Opal have started using RubySpec and pass thousands of specs examples.

 


 

  We recognizes Naoki Nishida for his energetic contributions to the Nyaplot and Mikon projects which provide serious data visualization libraries for mathematics, science & engineering. We believe that his works will open the door to an increased influence of Ruby in scientific computing