Forum: Ruby on Rails [ADV] Rails Studio in Reston, VA

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9e26d651e8fb89a3e446a1b45bf9c849?d=identicon&s=25 clarkware (Guest)
on 2009-02-19 17:06
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Hi folks,

The Pragmatic Studio is happy to announce the next Rails Studio will
be in Reston, VA on April 15-17.

If you're just getting into Rails, or need to get your team members up
to speed quickly, this course is for you. In this hands-on workshop,
you'll learn directly from two experienced Rails developers and
authors: Dave Thomas and Chad Fowler. You'll come away from this
Studio with the fundamental skills to build your own Rails
applications from idea to deployment. You'll have learned a new web
framework and a new way of building web applications. It's never too
late to learn how to build high-quality web applications, fast!

Registration and detailed information is available at:

  http://pragmaticstudio.com/rails

Early-bird registration (save $300) for the Rails Studio ends February
28th.

We also have a few seats available for the upcoming Advanced Ruby
Studio in Denver, CO on March 9-11.  If you know some basic Ruby, but
want to become a more proficient Ruby or Rails programmer, then this
is the course for you. It's also a great way to learn what's new in
Ruby 1.9 from Dave Thomas and Chad Fowler.  You'll take away practical
and time-saving techniques to write more powerful libraries and Rails
applications.

Registration and detailed information is available at:

  http://pragmaticstudio.com/ruby/

Early-bird registration for the Advanced Ruby Studio ends tomorrow,
February 20th.

We look forward to meeting you in an upcoming Studio!

Thanks,

Mike Clark
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