Forum: Ruby on Rails [ANN] St. Louis Ruby User Group Meeting - Monday July 9th -

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Jeff B. (Guest)
on 2007-07-17 10:16
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Next meeting: Building a Ruby on Rails application from the beginning
using
BDD/TDD
(The first in a continuing series on building Ruby on Rails web
applications)

Date and Time: Monday, July 9th 6:00pm - 7:30pm (next Monday)

Location: (different location)**

1350 Timberlake Manor Pkwy
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Third floor - training room (just off elevator)
(1350 Timberlake Manor Parkway is the right (East) most building of
three
glass buildings at Timberlake Manor Parkway - near Hwy 64/40 and 141)
Map and
directions<http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=1350+Timbe...

*If doors are locked after 6pm, call 636-736-8239 and someone will come
down
to let you in

Speakers: Jeff B. and Mike Sullivan

Free Meeting: This is a free meeting for anyone interested in learning
how
to build Ruby on Rails web applications. We welcome developers,
designers,
students, professionals, anyone wanting to learn more about the latest
web
development techniques and frameworks.

Details: From the beginning... we will be creating a new web application
from scratch using test first BDD/TDD Rails development. We will start
with
an idea, create a spec and some tests, HTML prototype, and then work to
make
it into a live web application. Jeff B. and Mike Sullivan will
be
your co-presenters for the evening.

We will build our application using:

   - RSpec / BDD
   - TDD
   - Migrations
   - Rails MVC
   - MasterView


As part of this ongoing series each month, we will teach you how to
build
web applications one step at a time. We'll illustrate this using an
agile
approach iteratively building our application as we go. We will start
out
simple and add features over time much like you would in the real world.
Each month we will focus on a new area of the application and framework
so
you'll always be learning.

--
Jeff B., MasterView core team
Inspired Horizons Ruby on Rails Training and Consultancy
http://inspiredhorizons.com/
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