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January 8th DCRUG - BrowserCMS: From Proprietary Java to Open Source Rails

From: Chris S.
Sent on: Monday, December 22, 2008 2:05 AM

Speakers:
Patrick Peak, BrowserMedia CTO
Paul Barry, BrowserMedia Senior Software Engineer

Title:
BrowserCMS: From Proprietary Java to Open Source Rails

Synopsis:
Since 1998, BrowserMedia has been developing award-winning solutions for more than 200 clients around the world.  At the core of these solutions is the web-based content management system, BrowerCMS.  For the upcoming release of BrowserCMS 3.0, BrowserMedia will be transitioning the product from a Proprietary Java application to an Open Source Ruby on Rails application.  In this talk Patrick and Paul will cover t
the business and technical motivations for this change and how you can use BrowserCMS to provide content management capabilities in your next Rails app.


Date & Time 

Thursday, January 8th, 2009, 7:00pm - 8:30pm

 

Refreshments:

Pizza and soda will be provided by Intridea - please email [address removed] if you will be attending so we can get a headcount.


Location:

The George Washington University 

Media and Public Affairs Building 

Room B02

805 21st Street NW

Washington, DC  


--
Chris Selmer
Senior Partner
Intridea, Inc.
www.intridea.com

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