About Kenji Mori
My name is Kenji Mori.
I am a Japanese software developer and a passionate Rubyist since 2012 / Ruby 1.9.3.
Under the handle “morizyun”, I write a popular blog about Ruby and Rails in Japan (roughly translated: “Sake (Booze?) and Tears and Ruby and Rails”) and am fairly well-known in the Japanese Ruby community:
I work at M3, Inc. a Japan-based global company focused on improving medicine in Japan and worldwide, developing services for doctors.
- GitHub @morizyun
- Twitter @morizyune
- Speaker Deck @morizyun
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- Japanese Blog about Ruby
- I Enjoyed First English [email protected] (Jul 14th, 2016)
- Learning Through Blogging: Ruby Blogging Benefits (Jun 24th, 2016)
- Four Reasons to Learn Ruby on Rails in Your First Web Programing (Feb 19th, 2016)
- Let’s try GitLab x Docker! (#roppongirb, on Nov 1st, 2016)
- Mini-Heroku Dokku (Oct 14th, 2016)
- Overcommit & Pronto Introduction (Aug 25th, 2016)
- English gives me a new Ruby world (May 29th, 2016)
- Submitted CFP to RedDotRubyConf (Apr 1st, 2016)
- Good Points About IntelliJ IDEA / RubyMine (Mar 18th, 2016)
- M3 Engineering with Ruby (Feb 24th, 2016)
- I Tried Out Rails 5.0.0.beta2 (Feb 10th, 2016)
- Start Dash to Learn Ruby on Rails (Dec 15th, 2015)
- Recommendation of Individual Development (Dec 8th, 2015)
- https://jobs.forkwell.com/… (Oct 29th, 2014)
- morizyun/eb-deploy - GitHub
- “wercker step” to deploy an application to Elastic Beanstalk instance using AWS CLI.