[ANN] grandrapids.rb November Meeting and Preparing for December

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by zdennis, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. zdennis

    zdennis Guest

    Good morning everyone (12:50am constitutes as morning). The grandrapids.rb (aka Grand Rapids Ruby
    Users Group) has an upcoming meeting Saturday November 5th @ noon. Directions and meeting location
    are on the web site, http://www.gr-ruby.org.

    November Meeting
    ----------------
    - Presentation on Utilizing Ruby, Net::SSH and Rails As A Security Blog
    (securely harvesting log files across multiple servers for review and annotation)
    - Ruby Q & A
    - Rails Q & A
    If you're interested in security and programming or know someone who is in that field this meeting
    may be for you and your friend/coworker/colleague! This meeting will show you how-to put your
    capabilities of gathering your data on the web in just a few minutes! Please bring questions,
    comments, suggestions or code to the meeting for help and/or review.

    Upcoming December Meeting
    ------------------------
    If you are someone or if you know someone who's been thinking about ruby, object oriented coding, or
    is stuck in procedural coding but wants out and hasn't had the time or energy to make the move, the
    December meeting may be just what you need. Preview of the presentation...
    - Presentation on Object Oriented Ruby
    - introduction to OO concepts
    - OO concepts vs. Procedural programming
    - introduction to Ruby (classes, modules)
    - advanced topics
    - inheritance
    - mixins
    - duck typing
    - applying common sense design with Ruby
    - and more...

    The December meeting will also have:
    - Ruby Q & A
    - Rails Q & A

    Feel free to join the group at Meetup.com, http://ruby.meetup.com/46/
    Feel free to join the mailing list at: http://www.gr-ruby.org/wiki/pages/MailingList

    See you around!

    zdennis
    zdennis, Oct 28, 2005
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