[ANN] Madison Ruby Group Jan meeting 1/22/07 - Web Framework Comparisons

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Rob Sanheim, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. Rob Sanheim

    Rob Sanheim Guest

    Hi!

    I'm pleased to announce the January meeting for the Madison, WI Ruby
    on Rails group. Scott Fradkin will be presenting Monday, 1/22/07 on
    "Web Development Framework Comparisons" - comparing a demo app in
    Rails, Groovy/Grails, and J2EE with Hibernate and Spring.

    Full details and directions are available below or at the schedule
    page on the wiki:
    http://www.madisonrails.com/wiki/pages/schedule.

    *side note* we are also looking to do an informal code n' coffee in
    early January - check the wiki if you can make that.

    Presentation Summary:
    "Web Development Framework Comparisons" compares and contrasts web
    development of a simple store application using three different
    frameworks and languages: Java/J2EE (using Hibernate and Spring), Ruby
    on Rails, and Groovy/Grails. Programming environment setup using
    Eclipse will be shown as well as live code examples of the application
    running in each of the environments.

    Bio:
    Scott Fradkin is a Software Developer at QWANtify. He has 10 years of
    development experience ranging from C and C++ development to Java/J2EE
    development. He has worked on many large and small projects over the
    years as a developer, mentor, and designer. He is a firm believer that
    agile programming practices help build better, higher quality products.
    Scott is currently interested in learning about different programming
    languages, speaking on various technical topics, and maintaining his
    technical blog at http://planet.qwantify.com.

    thanks!
    - rob sanheim
    www.robsanheim.com

    madisonrails = [wisconsin, progressives, ruby, rails].inject do |result, obj|
    result = obj.meet + obj.learn + obj.nerd_out!
    end
    madisonrails.com
    Rob Sanheim, Dec 20, 2006
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