[Chicago-talk] Ruby Presentation Anyone?
Jason L. Froebe
jason at froebe.net
Sun Sep 18 09:52:10 PDT 2005
I like the idea and am curious about it. From what I've read, the Ruby
language is kind of a hybrid of perl and smalltalk. Beyond that, I
know very little about it.
--- Jason Gessner <jason at multiply.org> wrote:
> Hi John.
> While I am sure this is an attempt to sway some of us from the One
> True Language, I think this would be an excellent topic when prepared
> with a look at perl's main rails-ish framework, Catalyst.
> As it just so happens, I am currently preparing some Mason to
> Catalyst material for my own research. I think i would be able to
> get this in shape for an october meeting.
> What does everyone think?
> -jason gessner
> jason at multiply.org
> On Sep 17, 2005, at 4:58 PM, John W. Long wrote:
> > Hello Perl Users,
> > I'm the organizer of the Chicago Area Ruby group
> > (http://ruby.meetup.com/55/). I was wondering if any of you would
> > interested in a presentation on Ruby? I don't know anything about
> > so this wouldn't be an us vs. them kind of a talk. I'm really more
> > interested in sharing with you the things I love about Ruby. I have
> > years of experience with Ruby and have been working with Ruby on
> > (http://rubyonrails.com) for almost a year now. I'd be willing to
> > about either.
> > Let me know...
> > --
> > John Long
> > http://wiseheartdesign.com
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