We're a bunch of Ruby programmers based in Geneva, Switzerland. We get together every second Wednesday of each month for presentations, demos and discussions. Presentations usually occurs in the language of the speaker (either french or english). Topics of discussion cover the Ruby programming language as well as its ecosystem (frameworks and tools). Since most of us are Ruby On Rails developpers, we also talk often of this framework. You don't have to be an expert to join us! Meetings are free and open to the public.
We also have a web page (http://genevarb.com) where you'll find a series of past meetups…
And we're looking for sponsors!
A ruby user group in Geneva (Switzerland)
June 8 · 7:00 PM
Down in the database (Sean Carroll)
ActiveRecord is a powerful abstraction of a SQL database, with dynamic scopes and finders, and for many Rails websites you need never write a line of SQL.
For some Rails... Learn more
May 3 · 7:00 PM
This time we get our hands dirty with some mob programming! The concept is simple: everyone works on the same program at the same time and on the same computer. One... Learn more
April 5 · 7:00 PM
RoRvsWild: All-in-one monitoring for Ruby on Rails applications
Alexis Bernard (@alexis_bernard) will show us the new features of his RoR monitoring tool.
March 16 · 7:30 PM
We will have no presentation this month (no meeting room available) but an informal get together in a pizzeria close the the train station…
February 17 · 7:00 PM
Multitenancy with Rails
Dimiter (@crackofdusk) will talk about combining multiple Rails applications into a single one which transparently serves the websites of different clients and the... Learn more