Video recording and production done by Ruby Kaigi.
Speaker: Ippei Obayashi
KMC, Kyoto university Microcomputer Club, a computer circle in Kyoto University, holds one day game programming camp for newcomers (undergraduate students interested in KMC and programming) in April and May to invite an enjoyable programming world.
As you know, Ruby is one of the best languages to learn programming itself and used in the camp to build a simple game within one day. This talk provides experiences and messages coming from the events, and explains the history of frameworks used in the event. This talk give you a hint to educate beginners.