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Adding Recursion to Your Toolbelt

  • Jun 17, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Open to the Public.  For anyone interested in learning more about DaVinci Coders, here's how:

In mathematics and computer science, a class of objects or methods exhibit recursive behavior when they can be defined by two properties:

  • A simple base case (or cases)
  • A set of rules that reduce all other cases toward the base case

For this class, we will be writing a Ruby class that will determine if an input string is a Palindrome. We will use TDD (test driven development) processes to flesh out the Ruby class.

This class will be taught by Jason Noble, one of the instructors at DaVinci Institute. In July, Jason will be teaching a new Ruby on Rails course titled "Building the tool belt of a Junior Ruby on Rails Developer" (

If you'd like to sit in on a DaVinci class to see what it's like, this meetup would be an excellent opportunity.

System Requirements:
If you want to follow along with the presentation, you should bring a laptop with Ruby and RSpec installed.

EVENT: Adding Recursion to Your Toolbelt
DATE: June 17, 2013 - Monday
TIME: 6:00-8:00 pm

LOCATION: DaVinci Institute, 511 E. South Boulder Rd, Louisville, CO 80027

COST: Free


TOPIC: Adding Recursion to Your Toolbelt

SPEAKER: Jason Noble, Senior Ruby on Rails Instructor


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  • Jay S.

    Have a conflict. Decided to go with a NLP MeetUp on similarity detection. Hope you all have endless fun.

    June 16, 2013

  • Jay S.

    Have a conflict...had to go with a NLP meetup on simlarity detection.

    June 16, 2013

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