[LRUG] Topic for Next meeting
rob_m_mckinnon at yahoo.com
Wed May 24 06:06:31 PDT 2006
If we stick to the second Monday of the month for the next meeting, the
date is 12 June. Benj, are you able to make that day? If so, shoot me a
little summary & bio and I'll get Wendy to put that up on the LRUG
meeting page (http://skillsmatter.com/london-ruby-ug).
I'm pleased to see people looking for meeting content with a hands-on
practical side. When I was involved with the Ruby NYC group
presentations were mostly made by people showing stuff they'd been
playing with - which is a good incentive for people to play as they
know they've got a group to share ideas with.
More laptops, more demos, more prog'ing at the meetings sounds like fun
--- Tiest Vilee <ruby at tiestvilee.fastmail.com.au> wrote:
> So Benj,
> Shall we put you down for the next meeting?
> Rob, would you be able to tell Wendy about it, I'm off to Sardinia
> Benj - could you give us a little bio and picture for the sign on
> So far people have asked for
> * Ruby vs other languages
> * OO and Functional programming idioms/styles
> * 5 minute spots to explain easy stuff
> * hacking the LRUG website
> Are there any other ideas out there? Anyone want to take one of
> these and run with it?
> I\d be interested to hear more about what you're doing/your ideas
> Eleanor - as much as your allowed to tell us at any rate.
> Finally, yes, I think LRUG is supposed to be more Ruby oriented, but
> it is inevitable these days that Rails will be a huge influence on
> anything that happens. I think everyone would be happy for Rails
> sessions anyone wants to present.
> Also, tutorial wise, check out Why's online Ruby IRB tutorial thing -
> follow along that tut and you'll learn some stuff
> On Mon, 22 May 2006 19:32:19 +0100, "Benjohn Barnes"
> <benjohn at fysh.org>
> > Would the people who want a presentation about writing a really
> > simple socket based talker in Ruby please raise their hands before
> > the next session.
> > I hope to cover:
> > irb,
> > some socket basics from Ruby pov,
> > telnet to talk to sockets,
> > a bit of a basic class,
> > extending object "on the fly"
> > array's will get usage.
> > Other stuff that comes up :)
> > I've got an iBook. I reckon if someone else has a laptop with WiFi
> > and telnet, it'll be quite good fun... Bit boring just on mine
> > Come to that, when is the next session? :)
> > Cheers,
> > Benj
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