[sf-perl] Fwd: Invite: Mighty Ruby Tuesday (May 25, 2010)
david at fetter.org
Sun May 23 21:41:47 PDT 2010
On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 10:09:09AM -0700, Rich Morin wrote:
> If you have some energy left after the PL-Parrot talk, you might think
> about attending Mighty Ruby Tuesday. Apparently, there will be both
> DJ-based music and conversation areas and proceeds are going to support
> bringin more women into the programming community.
> Yeah; it's a Ruby event. Get over it.
FWIW, part of PL/Parrot's design goal is to allow inter-language
> --- Begin Forward ---
> > Mighty Ruby Tuesday (May 25, 2010)
> > http://mightyrubytuesday.eventbrite.com
> > Through our workshops, we have taught over 250 women (and some men) Ruby
> > on Rails. Because of your hard work, there are a growing number of women
> > at meetups and more community classes and study groups for the entire
> > community.
> > A critical next step is to make the workshops sustainable -- and we have
> > a plan! There is enthusiastic support from volunteers for the workshops,
> > but we need financial support, too. So let's have a really fun time
> > raising funds for another year of workshops!
> > Don't wait... Please buy a ticket now! Tell everyone you know.
> > When: Tuesday, May 25th, from 8 p.m. to midnight
> > Where: Mighty @ 550 15th Street (near Potrero and 16th)
> > What: Benefit party for the
> > http://wiki.railsbridge.org/projects/railsbridge/wiki/Workshops
> > RailsBridge Open Workshop project, with special emphasis on bringing
> > gender equity to the San Francisco Ruby community and beyond
> > We've lined up two amazing acts so far, the fabulous DJs: Melyss and
> > Ellen Ferrato. And we'll be announcing two more in the coming weeks.
> --- End Forward ---
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