The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event.


6:30-7:00 Food / Networking
7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations

We are meeting at the Centergy Building (Hodges Room, 3rd floor) in Tech Square, next to GA Tech (map).

This month we'll be hearing about Asari and ActiveAsari from Lance GleasonMongoDB and ETL in Ruby from Nick Padgett, and Agile Development Practices in Practice from Paul Daigle.

I would also like to thank DealerMatch for sponsoring the pizza and beer this month. So stick around afterward for a drinkup at Publik House.

Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

Parking on the street is metered. Tickets until 10pm.
There is $1.5/hour parking in a surface lot across the street near Barnes and Noble. Credit cards accepted. The once collapsed parking deck connected to the building is back in service! Cheapest parking is the surface lot across from The Cheetah, I believe they are $4/day cash only.

The Midtown Marta station is a few blocks away, the Tech Trolley (free) runs from it to the door of the Centergy Building.

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  • Denzel P.

    Great information relayed to the group and it was much more entertaining than previous talks.

    December 12, 2013

  • Carl R.

    Very good meeting, solid topics and presentations, great presenters. I learned something new.

    1 · December 12, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great presentations ... one of the better meetups I've attended. Great speakers all around.

    1 · December 12, 2013

  • Bill S.

    Got some time before the meetup? Come join other AtlRUG'ers at the pre-meetup social hour at the MidCity Cafe. I'll be there around 5:15 pm. Hope to see you there!

    2 · December 11, 2013

  • Jonathan W.

    What are the topic(s) this week?

    December 8, 2013

    • Patrick Van S.

      Just posted them. Sorry about the delay.

      From above:

      "This month we'll be hearing about Asari and ActiveAsari from Lance Gleason, MongoDB and ETL in Ruby from Nick Padgett, and Agile Development Practices in Practice from Paul Daigle."

      December 9, 2013

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