Heights Hyper-Local Meetup: help-a-n00b hack-night

You asked for it!

Last month, the group decided that they'd like to spend some time helping out newer Ruby recruits with some pair programing and mentoring.

So, I offer up a "help-a-n00b hack-night" this month!

If you're new to Ruby or programing and have a project your working on, bring it to the team to get a constructive push through any hurdles your facing.

If you're an experienced Rubyist, come offer your help and guidance. Or, even bring a project to share with a n00b to help them "get it".

Also, if you just like Ruby, but can't make the meeting tomorrow (or just can't get enough of meet-ups in general) come on out.

Space for about 10-15, so if you can't make it please update your RSVP to make room for those who want to come out.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great to see everyone last night, thanks for coming!

    As I mentioned, we're having an open house on March 7th and we'd love to have everyone come out.

    Y'all can RSVP here: http://keystoneresources.com/openhouse

    1 · February 25, 2014

  • Drew

    Had something come up n couldn't come out tonight. Sorry, too late to change my RSVP

    February 24, 2014

  • Omar

    Heading over but Google just moved from 12 minute trip to a 28 minute trip! It is about 6:40... see you soon

    February 24, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey Omar, it was actually Josh's idea from the last meetup. You can thank him tonight!

    For those who haven't been to Keystone Resources before, we are the door in the middle with 1329 lettered on it. Come on in, up the stairs and the conference room is through the glass doors on the right.

    Free parking in front of the building (leave the right 2 spots open) and on the street.

    Cokes and water provided, but bring your own snacks if you get peckish.

    See y'all tonight!

    February 24, 2014

  • Omar

    Thanks to whomever came up with this (rather generous) idea and to any experienced people willing to put up with newbie questions

    2 · February 23, 2014

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