TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night returns April 8th

TSOT, Inc. returns with the fourth TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night on
April 8th
5:30pm doors, 6:00pm start
151 Bloor Street West, Toronto
This event is free but space is limited: register by emailing
[email protected]

On April 8th, TSOT returns with another installment of the TSOT Ruby
on Rails Project Night. Our March event featured a host of dynamic
presentations on Ruby and Ruby on Rails, delivering a unique
opportunity for Toronto’s programming and development community. You
can read all about past TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Nights on our
website at www.tsotinc.com/events; we have also posted slides and
links from our gracious presenters - Enjoy!

With the growing success of our event, we are pleased to announce that
we have been invited to join the IT360 Conference being held in
Toronto on April 7-9, 2008 as an “off-site” event (www.IT360.ca). TSOT
Ruby on Rails Project Night will be held on Tuesday April 8th at the
usual spot, but we are also pleased offer two Ruby on Rails workshops,
hosted by Obie F., taking place at the IT360 Conference on
Monday April 7th. As a ‘loyal patron’ of the TSOT Ruby on Rails
Project Night, we are able to offer you a discounted rate for both the
Obie F. Ruby workshops, as well as the entire IT360 conference.
Please see below for further details.

For the TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night on April 8th, we are pleased
to have Morph Labs (www.morphexchange.com) join us as a drink sponsor
(so BYOB is only be necessary in extreme cases!) and the schedule of
presenters will be released next week. We are expecting a great turn
out, so please reserve your space TODAY by emailing
[email protected] We are also looking for future presenters;
contact me at (416) 908-6082 if you are interested in getting
involved.

Thank you again for your support and stay tuned for further details
about April’s exciting event!

Corina and the TSOT Team


Spend a Day With Obie F.: Pioneer Ruby on Rails Developer!

It’s a Ruby on Rails extravaganza on April 7th at IT360 Conference &
Expo, the premier event for IT professionals. There are two
educational tutorials (each 3 hours long) instructed by Obie
Fernandez; read on for further details, including special pricing for
fans of the TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night.

DATE: Monday April 7, 2008

PLACE: Metro Toronto Convention Centre (255 Front St. W)

===> Tutorial #1 ~ Ruby On Rails I

===> 9:00am - 12:00pm

Session Link: http://www.it360.ca/2008/session_detail.cfm?id=388

===> Tutorial #2 ~ Ruby On Rails II

===> 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Session Link: http://www.it360.ca/2008/session_detail.cfm?id=389


COST and DISCOUNT INFO:


As a TSOT fan, you receive a 25% discount.

So it’s only $373.50 to spend the day with Obie F.! This
includes both the morning and afternoon tutorials.

++ You must register with Code: EB25

++ Early bird rates have been extended for TSOT fans until April 6,
2008.


MORE ABOUT THE TUTORIALS:


Interest in Ruby on Rails has grown incredibly, as “Rails” has made
its way into mainstream computing. Interest is growing in-part because
of how much fun & productive programming can be when you use a
framework that emphasizes common sense, elegance and readability. Obie
Fernandez will present two tutorials based on his bestselling book,
“The Rails Way”. The morning session provides a basic introduction to
the main Rails concepts and programming techniques. In the afternoon,
material will be given about effectively building and deploying real
applications using Rails.

***Special Book Give-Away! Three attendees during each tutorial will
win a free copy of Obie’s book, “The Rails Way”. Register today and
you may be one of the six lucky winners.


MORE ABOUT OBIE:


Obie F., CTO of HashRocket, a boutique web consultancy and
product shop in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Formerly, a senior
consultant at ThoughtWorks, specializing in complex custom enterprise
software projects, Obie is a pioneer Ruby on Rails developer and
author of best selling book, “The Rails Way”. He contributes regularly
to the Ruby on Rails podcast, and is editor for Ruby community
portals.

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