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Re: [Bristol-Ruby-User-Group] Brug and JavaScript

From: Tom H.
Sent on: Thursday, August 18, 2011 4:18 PM
I think that makes sense because:

a) Ruby develops like to be cool.
b) Javascript is cool.
c) I know more Javascript than I do Ruby :) although I'm still not much cop at it!
d) I like the idea of having javascript friends. I'd like to see a Prototype javascript friend before confirming this for certain.


On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 4:15 PM, Nick Morgan <[address removed]> wrote:

At the last meeting we discussed giving Brug more of a JavaScript focus. The thinking behind this is that

 

(a) Bristol doesn't have a specific JS group,

(b) most Rubyists write at least a little JavaScript, and

(c) we're already talking about JavaScript a lot, so why not invite the JavaScripters along!

 

We can talk more about this at the upcoming meetup next Thursday, but in the meantime, please let all your JavaScripty friends know that Brug is JS-friendly, and that they should come along.

 

Cheers,

Nick





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