I've been using Ruby and Rails since 2004 on a daily basis, but I'm always excited to see how we're simplifying complex procedures and moving into new areas and not just focussing on web.
I've been developing iOS applications for a little while now, and when RubyMotion came out I was excited at the possibility of ruby-fying the verbose syntax. I'd like to talk about how we're changing the Objective-C syntax into Ruby wrapped methods with blocks, as well as how simple it is to get into iOS development now.
In short, I'd like to cover:
RubyMotion, a simple getting started example Changing Objective-C syntax into something more readable The ups and the downs that i've seen so far and the Future
I share some concerns about the exclusivity and general relevance of RubyMotion talks. If you're not interested in buying into the whole Apple ecosystem (Mac + iDevice + development tools, €2000+), this might not be very useful or interesting.
As also said in http://cfp.euruko2013.org/proposals/32, I don't like the fact that RubyMotion is a commercial software with no community spirit in mind. Thus I'm not sure it fits really well with the EuRuKo spirit.