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Big thanks to Stephen for an excellent presentation and Dan et al. for helping to organize! I'm looking forward to more fun topics in the future.
0 · March 6, 2014
Really enjoyed my first GRUG meet-up. Great job guys! My only feedback is that it would be easier for me if it were at 6:30 as opposed to 6.
Very sharp presentation, and both PPT and code worked well. Fun group!
Great job, Steve! For anyone who wants to play around more with the Tasks app, you can find it on our Github account: https://github.com/grug/assignment
One more link :)http://ruby.learncodethehardway.org/
Here is another great Rails resource - it's free but buy the PDF it's really worth it. A bit more advanced, but I used it to build my first Rails App.
Had a great time tonight ... If you're interested in picking up more rails and ruby goodness read this link
What an incredible group of attendees! The organizers are extremely cordial and very generous with their time. I am not a programmer or even know how to code, so I asked a couple of the men who are programmers what they thought. They said they learned something new and liked the meetup. I did learn what to do to further my training from two of the attendees and so this meetup was definitely worth my time!!!!Thank you - Cody
0 · March 5, 2014
Due to the number of attendees, we are changing the room to Brown Building 316A.
Welcome to all of the new folks attending GRUG tonight!
Looking forward to the new venue and to some Rails 4 goodness!
Do we need to prepare anything for this?
0 · March 4, 2014
Nope, nothing to prepare. Just bring your curiousity and apetite!
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