September Phoenix Ruby User Group Meeting

September Phoenix Ruby U. Group Meeting

When: Monday, September 13, 2010
6:30pm doors open. Laptop power and Wi-Fi available.
7:00pm Show time
8:30pm Migrate to Four Peaks Brewery

Topic: JavaScript!

     Naum Trifanoff, Greg Furmanek, and James B. will do a set of
     talks on core JavaScript, jQuery, and jQuery UI.

     If you're doing any sort of even remotely serious Web
     development you need to understand JavaScript.  And you'll
     also want to know about jQuery.

     Plus, we're co-hosting for the Web Design & Development Meetup
     Group, who will not be having their usual meeting this month.

     Hopefully this means folks get to see new faces and make new
     acquaintances.

Where: Target Training International offices
17785 N. Pacesetter Way
Scottsdale AZ, 85255
http://is.gd/7h7L

    101 Freeway to Princess Drive; 2 blocks to Pacesetter
    North on Pacesetter to TTI at 17785
    Park by the front entrance to the building

    **** IMPORTANT ****

    Meeting are now held, by default, in the front conference room.
    We'll migrate to the back room if there's an overflow crowd.

    If you have not been to the meeting before PLEASE view this
    satellite image showing the location of the meeting room
    entrance:

    http://rubyaz.org/images/tti_sat_2010.jpg


    If you get lost, call James at 480 236 4136

Discussion, food, drink:

   Four Peaks Brewery, Scottsdale
   Southeast corner of of Frank Lloyd Wright & Hayden
   (Around the corner from McDonalds, on Hayden)
   http://is.gd/v0wx

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

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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