Come and join us at the Lagoon Cafe in the Fukuoka Sun Palace Hotel, right next door to RubyKaigi’s venue. We have 8 people from our Global Engineering and Japan teams excited to chat about all things Ruby or Stripe.
Stripe is a technology platform that developers use to build internet businesses. Hundreds of thousands of businesses rely on Stripe’s software tools to securely accept payments from anyone, anywhere, and build new kinds of companies like Grab, Deliveroo or Kickstarter. In Japan Stripe is used by companies as diverse as ANA, freee, Cookpad, Hatena, and SmartHR.
Stripe は開発者がオンラインビジネス構築のために利用する、テクノロジープラットフォームです。何十万社もの企業が、世界中からの支払いを安全に受け取るために Stripe のソフトウェアツールに依存しており、Grab や Deliveroo といった新しい企業を生み出しています。日本では ANA や freee、クックパッド、Hatena、SmartHR と多岐にわたる企業に利用されています。
Sorbet is the typechecker for Ruby that Stripe has been developing and deploying for almost a year now. Today it runs with every CI run, checking our entire Ruby codebase in mere seconds and finding real bugs.
Sorbet は Stripe がここ一年ほど開発・デプロイしている Ruby の typechecker です。今ではすべての CI run で実行され、Ruby コードベース全体を数秒でチェックし、バグを発見します。
Paul is helping Stripe grow their use of Ruby from 150 engineers through their 1 million LOC line and beyond. Paul has had the pleasure of helping two companies scale their language as they grew. First at Facebook from 200 engineers to 15000 he worked on the HHVM compiler, led the open sourcing and adoption of it, and contributed to the Hack language development.
A self proclaimed "types enthusiast," Jake enjoys learning how type systems can help bring clarity and focus to large codebases. He works on the Sorbet core team at Stripe where he brings his experience with types and programming languages to help make engineers more productive every day.
Tyler moved from Stripe's San Francisco office to Singapore to build out our local Global Engineering team. Tyler was previously at Box and Wagon.
Amy works in our Global Engineering team in Singapore. Before Stripe, she worked on incident management, observability, and distributed systems. Outside of work, Amy writes about the tech industry, loves baking, and reads too many self-improvement books.
Tetsuo is the first member of the Global Engineering team to work from the Tokyo office. Prior to Stripe, he worked at Amazon's Tokyo offices.
Daniel leads the Japan team at Stripe. He previously worked as an engineer at Cookpad, where he worked with with Rails daily. He is no longer an engineer but has averaged 1 pull request a week for 5 years at Stripe.
Max works from the Tokyo office helping Japanese developers integrate Stripe and fixing issues in our product felt specially by our local users. He was previously an engineer at DeNA, and holds a PhD from the University of Tokyo.
Pieterjan is a Product Manager in the Global Engineering team, responsible for Japan and more. Previously he worked for multiple FinTech startups in Tokyo.
Inquiries to Daniel Heffernan