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Ruby on Burque

A general interest group for web developers and designers who are curious about or heavily involved in working with Ruby on Rails

Location: Albuquerque NM
Members: 23
Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2011

Welcome to DCF's Ruby on Rails general interest group.

Hey DCF'ers -

Do you love web, hear about Ruby on Rails and go ".. is that like Contribute?"

This group is for you.

Do you program a little bit, hear about Ruby on Rails and go ".. is that what makes Facebook update automatically?"

This group is for you.

Do you know everything about Ruby on Rails, yet lack a soap box to spout its superiority?

This group is YOURS.

Please, all of the above, join this group. You are welcome and cared for. Hijack it for all I care. This group's for you.

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Comment by ctm on January 19, 2010 at 10:19am
January 19th will probably be empty. I had "stomach flu" Sunday night. I'm mostly over it, but I've read that people who have had it should stay away from others for three days. So I've already mentioned not being able to go on our fledgling mailing list. I tried to get a few other people to commit to going anyway, but without success.

So, although they'll probably let you in at SWCP, many of the usual suspects will be absent tonight, self included.
Comment by ctm on January 5, 2010 at 10:10am
We're having another one tonight. Same time, same place. I don't know who will talk about what, but I'll have a laptop and a Rails app or two that we can dissect.
Comment by Caroline Blaker on December 29, 2009 at 2:16pm
You know, CTM, I am so sorry I missed that. I would have loved!! to hear what you've got there.
Comment by ctm on November 17, 2009 at 10:25am
Thank you for setting up this group, Caroline. I use Ruby daily (and twice on Sundays!) and have been slowly trying to get like-minded people to gather at SWCP on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Today is one:
Ruby on Rails Sharing

I'm not much of a DCF'er and have actually felt guilty about mentioning Ruby on the Web Geeks group. I'll try to pop on occassionally and check this group out.

BTW, my "15 minute" presentation tonight may be a little boring, but it concerns converting between Ruby's internal Hash and Array objects and Apple's XML plist representation. This was inspired due to interest that was expressed at the Cocoa Conspiracy, meaning it's more of interest to iPhone programmers who want Ruby on Rails backends, but I'm sure there will be plenty of non-iPhone-backend Ruby on Rails discussions too.
 

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