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The Ni Dilli Ruby February Meetup

  • Feb 28, 2009 · 11:00 AM
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Following sessions have been confirmed Workshop : Meta programming with ruby
Presenter : Sur Max
Level : Basic / Intermediate
Prerequisite : Basic Knowledge of object oriented programming.


If you would like to present a session at this event, send an email to kapil at vinsol dot com .

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  • Dhiraj K.

    I appreciate the Ni Dilli Ruby team's efforts to bring people with same mindset on same platform and providing them opportunity to excel in Ruby on rails.

    Such meets can encourage guys to learn and contribute to the community at the same time. This was my first meetup and I found it quite interesting. Inspite of being from microsoft technologies, am hoping to attend more meetups and actively contribute to the community.

    March 1, 2009

  • Waseem A.

    It was quite fun. The session taken up by Sur was really great and very informative. Amit told us about what problems new people face when coming to the Ruby or Rails. His tips on improving the performance and handling the jobs in an application were really nice. Hoping to see some more on this from Amit. The last session taken by Kapil was also good. The best part of all this was that people are very helpful to newbies and fun loving.

    February 28, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was good interacting with some pros about ror and stuff. Looking forward to be an active member of the group.

    February 28, 2009

  • manik

    11 people RSVPed Yes and 9 actually turned up. And only 2 were from the Organizing company, VinSol.
    On a day when Barcamp Delhi was also being held, I would call this a success.
    So the idea of moving the meetup to a Saturday instead of Thursday worked.

    The presentations/talks were also great. We hope to start going into more depth on all topics subsequently.
    I had a great time. Thanks All!!

    February 28, 2009

  • kapil b.

    Ruby is a very powerful OOP language, while at the same time
    fairly intuitive and easy to learn and understand.
    At the end of the day, Rails is all about helping you stay
    productive and happy while building awesome web applications.
    If you have experience in front end development, it will be
    easier for you to understand things fast. You can come in for
    the meet, apart from sessions, there will be many people who
    can guide you to start learning ruby and ruby on
    rails.

    February 24, 2009

  • Mukesh Y.

    I am a front end developer, interested to trying ruby........is it OK for me to attend the Meetup

    February 23, 2009

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