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James B. (Guest)
on 2009-01-05 19:06
(Received via mailing list)
January '09 Phoenix Ruby U. Group Meeting


  Date:  Monday, January 12, 2008
  Time:  6:30 pm - at Happy Camper Studios offices
         (But come for pizza at 6pm!)
  Place: Happy Camper Studios
         4643 E. Thomas Rd. Suite #3
         Phoenix, AZ 85018


  See http://www.rubyaz.org for details


  Topics:

  * There will be pizza! Please RSVP.

  HCS will be offering pizza before the meeting (~6:00pm), but we need
to
  know how many people to expect, and roughly what sort of pizza to get.

  Please RSVP to removed_email_address@domain.invalid, or at upcoming.org:

  http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1452676/?ps=6


  * Building and selling a desktop Ruby application: a JotBot review

  Yes, you can write and sell cross-platform commercial desktop Ruby
  applications. The recently released JotBot is proof.

  David K. will give a review of what worked, what didn't, and
lessons learned in bringing a Ruby desktop application to the market.


  * The state of Ruby in the Phoenix metro area

  Let's kick off 2009 by exchanging what we are doing now and want do in
  the new year. If you're part of a company doing Ruby development, come
  let everyone know how it's going and what you expect in the months
ahead.

  If you're an independent Rubyist or just doing in your free time,
share
  what you hope to accomplish in 2009.


  The Phoenix Ruby U. Group meets at 6:30pm on the second Monday of
  each month, barring holidays.

  Information may be found at www.rubyaz.org.



  Thanks,

  James B.

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