If you’re a Ruby on Rails developer, there are a couple of events you might be interested in…
Tonight: Rails Pub Nite at The Rhino
The fine folks at local development company Unspace have hosted the monthly Rails Pub Nite for nearly two years now, and the event is going strong. It’s a meet-and-greet event where you can hang out with all sorts of people from those who develop in Rails for food to the curious ones wondering what all the fuss is about. It happens tonight at 7 p.m. at The Rhino (1249 Queen Street West, just west of Dufferin).
Ruby/Rails Project Night – Tuesday, February 12th
In a couple of weeks, TSOT — the company for whom I work — will be hosting its second Ruby/Rails Project Night at its offices (151 Bloor Street West, Suite 1130 — that’s just east of Avenue Road), where various Ruby and Rails developers do presentations on their current project or some aspect of Ruby or Rails. The first was a hit, and if you want to see some pictures, they’re here. As usual, I’ll be doing the opening monologue at Project Night, and I promise it’ll be entertaining.
(By the bye, if you missed it and are interested, I’ll show you the slides from the my Project Night monologue, Rant Said Zed, at Rails Pub Nite tonight. Just ask!)
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Exciting news: we’ve finalized our schedule of events for our next monthly Project Night on February 12th!
TSOT will be featuring presentations from the following members of the Rails community:
Rowan Hick on “How to avoid hanging yourself in Rails” (or optimising your ActiveRecord associations)
Mike Bowler and Steve Vetzal on helping new businesses to be memorable with EasyBrandingTools.com
Luke Galea on the CRMS (Clinical Research Management System) from Medical Decision Logic, which is a Rails and Prolog/XSB application used to manage drug and procedure trials at the some of the biggest hospitals in the US.
We’re expecting another great turn out, so please reserve your spot by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org