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I won't have my rvm talk ready this month. I'll find the time to put together something about the shell. It may fill the initial gap on talking about rvm at the meetup after this one. For the most part It may be presentation style with (hopefully) a quick interactive tutorial after. None the less for those coming from a pure M$ background this will for the most part be an eye opener... For the others it will give some insight into the more exotic shells as well as the syntax dichotomy of the standard. I will be covering all available F/OSS shells.
I plan on at least two rvm talks. Both will be purely interactive. So the first one will be to simply deal with installation; common issues which may arise from platform to platform; and of course it's `killer feature` /gemsets/. The second presentation will cover `power usage` and also cover scripting against it for long-term automata.
All three of these presentations I plan to keep down to 15-20 minutes. If I missed something PM me =)
0 · October 12, 2012
Just joined your group, starting out fresh in RoR, and looking to meet local RoR developers, my background is in web design and front-end development, and was wondering if for the upcoming meetup on Oct 20th, if it's alright for a newbie to come in, or is this for more of experienced RoR developers?
0 · October 18, 2012
Heyo! I had a couple things I was interested in talking about: mobile optimization and/or how to start a new Rails app.
I've been messing around with a mobile optimized version of a toy app and I've got some stuff to share (15 minutes?).
Then, I've got a blog post brewin' that's my take on how to start a new Rails app the "right way." I'd love to talk through it with the group. (More like 30 minutes)
1 · October 9, 2012
Who: Trey Keifer, President and CEO of WireHarbor Security, Inc.
What: Application Security
When: Friday, September 28 from 10:30 - 11:30am.
Where: ETC Training Room
Application Security has become one of the primary concerns with modern organizations. With more and more corporate data becoming accessible through public websites, companies are increasingly seeing losses from data breaches as unauthorized individuals take advantage of weaknesses in these systems. This presentation will introduce the viewer to the concept of an application security assessment, how it differs from traditional network assessments and dive into the tools and techniques auditors use when searching for security issues on web applications.
0 · September 27, 2012