New Ruby On Rails Group to Connect Midwest Developers

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On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 8:44 AM, Aaron V.
[email protected] wrote:

Join:

Generally don’t bother to look at unexplained links. Why should anyone
be interested?

Very good point, especially to a facebook link.
Atleast in this case the title gave some description.

On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 9:39 PM, Joshua Woodward-Clarke
[email protected] wrote:

Very good point, especially to a facebook link.
Atleast in this case the title gave some description.

I was in, until you said Facebook. Then I was out.

Yeah … Facebook … not for me either … now google groups … I’ll
join in a flash.

Lol. Calm down it’s not like you have to like each other’s FB’s or
become
friends and tickle fight one another.

Ruby on Rails for FB is starting to grow and the reason why I chose FB
is
because people spend more time on FB then anywhere else. Unlike most FB
users, if you’re like other developers that are passionate about cutting
edge apps, you typically don’t spend most of your time trending Miley
Cyrus
or talking about Dancing with the Stars.

So after being sick of everyone’s FB content, I decided to create this
group and am happy to share my ideas with everyone in the group and
learn
from them to. If you think you might lose mojo hipster-cool pints from
joining and that you won’t benefit from professional or personal
networks
then it’s your loss. Otherwise the invitation is there.

On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Aaron V.
[email protected] wrote:

Lol. Calm down it’s not like you have to like each other’s FB’s or become
friends and tickle fight one another.

An opaque FB link doesn’t tell me or give me any reason to click on it.

If you’re creating a FB ruby page/community, okay, but you might just
give a hint next time.

Sorry boss - new to Google groups. Thanks for the plug!

A

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