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ChicagoRuby: Elmhurst - How do I...?

  • May 19, 2012 · 10:30 AM
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The "How Do I...?" format is somewhere between a hack night and a presentation.

The key question: "How do I do [X] in Ruby or Rails?"
We might talk about the best shopping cart or calendar or whatever for Rails.We might talk about the best way to do database maintenance with Ruby, or the best tools for organizing Ruby or Rails development.

Every ChicagoRuby member is invited to drive! Let the group know what you want to do, what you've tried, and what would be interesting to you.

Yes... the whole thing might descend into chaos! At that point, Chuck Palahniuk (author of Fight Club) might say: “What we call chaos is just patterns we haven't recognized yet.”

Let's put our heads together and create!

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  • Stu G

    Here is the notes on ex syntax in vi:

    May 22, 2012

  • Bill P.

    Enjoyed meeting a few Ruby enthusiasts

    May 19, 2012

  • Tracie P.

    Stuart - I'm really looking forward to your presentation on vi. I know it well enough to do some basic editing, but I don't know how to search and replace and stuff like that. Thanks for doing this.

    May 18, 2012

  • Stu G

    Hello World I'll be doing a quick tutorial on vi at the request of Ray Hightower. I plan to cover source installation as well as classical usage.

    In effort to stay on topic I could combine the tutorial with one aspect or another in ruby.

    Is there any specific syntax, object type or paradigm in ruby that, those of you whom will be joining, would benefit from example or further explanation of programming concepts for better illumination?

    Should I just keep it simple and just show vi?

    May 15, 2012

  • Stu G

    man vi | say -v 'Good News' #

    April 26, 2012

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