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Let's talk Web!

From: Zohar B.
Sent on: Sunday, November 21, 2010 12:21 PM



It's been a while, and since then the group has been growing and showing greater increasing interest – thank you for that!

We’ve been hard at work creating new interesting topics for discussions and bringing in innovative speakers.

We'll also followup on the suggested ideas you shared. We have some exciting announcements of the next meetup and a yearly plan for 2011 – we'll send lot's of details in the next email, so stay tuned!



In the meanwhile, we'd like to share two interesting events we'll be attending too (feel free to share too!):


Ruby on Rails meetup at the College of Management 2010 (this wednesday)

The Center for Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation at the Business School of The College of Management will hold on Wednesday, November 24 a Symposium on Ruby on Rails.

The meeting will take place on campus College of Management, Blvd Yitzhak Rabin 7, Rishon Lezion.


Participants at the meeting:

Mr. Michael Eisenberg, Managing Partner at Benchmark venture capital fund.

Mr. Elad Leader, Founder and CEO of Nautilus6 (Florida, US).

Shachar Zinetroblatt, vice president of development, SAP.

Dr. Avi Messica, head of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at the College of Management will host the event. The meeting is aimed at the ROR community in Israel, developers of Web applications, CTO middle-level managers, entrepreneurs, and anyone involved or interested in setting up Internet projects.


The event is free of charge but pre-registration is required. For information and registration:



Random Hacks of Kindness - Hacking for Humanity, Tel-Aviv, Dec 3-4

"Random Hacks of Kindness: a community of developers, geeks and tech-savvy do-gooders around the world, working to develop software solutions that respond to the challenges facing humanity today."

"RHoK brings software engineers together with disaster risk management experts to identify critical global challenges, and develop software to respond to them…." [more]


In Israel, it takes place this year in Dec 3-4 (weekend) at the Google Offices in Tel-Aviv.

This is an interesting opportunity to get to know talented people around and engage in developing cool solutions.

Register here:



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