Euruko is a Ruby conference organised annually, each year in a different European city chosen by the participants.
Every year the Ruby community from Europe and beyond come to Euruko to meet and share their love of Ruby. This is is the longest running and biggest Ruby conference anywhere in Europe and one of the biggest in the world.
It’s up to the participants to pick the next city where the conference will be held. Attendees will pitch their own cities to be the hosts of the next year’s conference which are then voted on by the audience. This also means that the conference organisers will change every year.
The big exception to this is Helsinki from 2020–2022 due to disruption caused by the ongoing pandemic.
Latest event: Euruko 2023
|2022||Helsinki, Finland||13–14 October 2022|
|2021||Helsinki, Finland (Online only)||28–29 May 2021|
|2020||Helsinki, Finland (Postponed to 2021)||21–22 August 2020|
|2019||Rotterdam, Netherlands||21–22 June 2019|
|2018||Vienna, Austria||24–25 August 2018|
|2017||Budapest, Hungary||29–30 September 2017|
|2016||Sofia, Bulgaria||23–24 September 2016|
|2015||Salzburg, Austria||17–18 October 2015|
|2014||Kyiv, Ukraine (Cancelled)||20–21 June 2014|
|2013||Athens, Greece||28–29 June 2013|
|2012||Amsterdam, Netherlands||1–2 June 2012|
|2011||Berlin, Germany||28–29 May 2011|
|2010||Krakow, Poland (Website restored from the Wayback Machine)||29–30 May 2010|
|2009||Barcelona, Spain||9–10 May 2009|
|2008||Prague, Czech Republic (Website restored from the Wayback Machine)||29–30 March 2008|
|2007||Vienna, Austria||10–11 November 2007|
|2006||Munich, Germany||4–5 November 2006|
|2005||Berlin, Germany||15–16 October 2005|
|2004||Munich, Germany||9–10 October 2004|
|2003||Karlsruhe, Germany||21–22 June 2003|