Welcome to the London Ruby Unconference 2020!

Unconference theme: 

The love for Ruby, everything related to this framework plus current trends.  

Every year, we once again achieve the main goal of the event: to celebrate our love for Ruby, for programming, and to enable the Ruby community to meet up and learn new things while making new friends. Unlike a normal conference, there is no pre-planned agenda at the Unconference, with no central organisation, no fixed speakers, and it is free! The last event had fifteen sessions in total, which were organised in 5 parallel tracks, with 5 hands-on workshops and 15 different one-hour sessions.

10 Bressenden Pl

Westminster, SW1E 5DH


Via TUBE: 

From Victoria Tube Station, take the Cardinal Place exit and you’ll be able to see the "Verde Building".

Our #RubyUnconf Lovers

Great day at the #LRUN 

yesterday. I have met great people, shared and learned loads. A big thank you to everyone involved! 

Evangelia Koleii

Had the best time at #LRUN talking to @feyeleanor about eventually consistent linked-list time ledgers, Christianity across two time dimensions, and cryptographic eye lasers. 


Simon George

It was great to have a group of Ruby enthusiasts getting together at the

@carwowuk office last month for the annual London Ruby Unconference! Some highlights from  Jairo @codescrum

Jason Wong 


*We will be receiving topic suggestions up to one week before the event.

Our Partners

Ruby lovers attendees

According to our event register, our core people are represented as follow: 47% are developers, 8% Chief Technical Officers (CTOs), 7% lead developers, 7% senior developers, 7% contractors, 7% company founders, directors, heads of development or managers, with the remaining 16% in different roles. 

We are delighted to see a very diverse and experienced group of people attending! 

What will we talk about?

At the moment, we are receiving topic* suggestions from the community. Topics are open for the attendants to suggest, so if you have an idea about an interesting topic, feel free to submit it here. Some of the topics from the last event have included: Developer Mentoring, Learning from other languages, Design Architectures, Ruby Toolbox and Miscellaneous.