Forum: Ruby Phoenix Ruby Users Group, and Desert Code Camp

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James B. (Guest)
on 2006-05-05 07:39
(Received via mailing list)
Big Fun in the Valley of the Sun

Phoenix.rb
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The Phoenix Ruby U. Group will have their May meeting next week.

When:  Monday, May 8, 6:15 pm to ~8:30pm
Where: Cyclone Commerce

See the wiki for a map and directions and stuff:

http://refreshphoenix.org/wiki/phoenixrubyusersgroup


Topics:

* Unit testing
* Fun with Selenium
* Whatever people come up with


Afterward, join us at the Havana Cafe on Bell & 64th (see wiki again for
details)

(If you can't make the meeting, consider just coming later and joining
us at the restaurant.  If you can, give me a call so I can reserve a big
enough table.  See the wiki for my number.)


Desert Code Camp
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Saturday, May 6, Desert Code Camp is happening in Tempe, AZ

http://desertcodecamp.com/

There seems to be a strong .Net slant, but there are three mighty Ruby
presentations to keep the universe in balance:

9:00 AM  - What makes Ruby different (David K.)
   http://desertcodecamp.com/signUp.aspx?session=49

11:00 AM  - Introduction to Ruby (James B.)
   http://desertcodecamp.com/signUp.aspx?session=1

2:00 PM  - Ruby on Rails (Josh K.)
   http://desertcodecamp.com/signUp.aspx?session=32


Josh is also giving a talk on Introduction to Agile/Extreme Programming
at 10:00 AM
   http://desertcodecamp.com/signUp.aspx?session=69

If you're in the vicinity of the Sonoran Desert, please drop by.  It's
too hot to be outdoors now anyway.

There is some sort of registration process for attending sessions; I
don't know how strict this is, but please look over the Web site and
sign up for what you think you'll want to see.

They'll also be much milling about; the hallway track is often the best
part of a good conference.



--
James B.

"The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance, but the illusion
of knowledge."
  - D. Boorstin
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