If you are a fan of JRuby, then this is probably not news to you, but this weekend JRubyConf 2009 (the first JRuby-centric conference) was announced by the JRuby folks.

This is exciting to me for two reasons: 1. It further helps validate JRuby (both as a language alternative on the JVM and as an implementation alternative for Ruby), and 2. The attendee registration filled up frighteningly fast, which leads me to believe there is an intense interest for JRuby in the market right now.

Go JRuby!

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