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RE: [ruby-89] Great Meeting!

From: Jason R.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 1, 2007 11:49 PM
Dave,

It was a good meeting and good seeing everyone like you mentioned.  Sorry 
for some of my questions I asked tonight, extended the base rails class 
virtually, I added in the has many, belongs to question etc...   Good job on 
the presentation.

Thank you,

Jason Russell


>From: David Woodward <[address removed]>
>Reply-To: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: [ruby-89] Great Meeting!
>Date: Tue,  1 May[masked]:41:52 -0400 (EDT)
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>A special announcement from David Woodward, Organizer of The Indianapolis 
>Ruby Meetup Group
>Thanks to everyone who attended tonight!  It was nice meeting Jeff, Ganesh 
>(spelling?), Ryan, and Chris.  It was also good to see Jason and Marty 
>again.  If you missed it, you missed a most entertaining evening in 
>Terminal and TextMate showing off the coolness (or hotness if that's your 
>style) that is Rails.  We all also got to meet our unofficial mascot, my 
>dog!
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>We made a Web 2.0 name generator that removed the vowels and added an 'r' 
>to a name and stored it in the database so we could rate it and add 
>comments to it.  It's not an application we'd want to show our mothers, but 
>it is a solid start to the next king of the Web 2.0 mountain.  We even made 
>a unit test for it, being the good programmers that we all are.
>
>Ryan showed off his company's cool application that uses RFID tags to track 
>hospital gurneys and  old people, showing the staff where everything is 
>using a combination of Rails and Adobe Flex.  It was very cool, and it even 
>had Web 3.0 spinning gradients.  Its the next big thing after 2.0 see, in 
>Web 3.0 the gradients will spin.  Using Flex instead of Ajax.
>
>Oh yeah, and everyone got free pizza and coke!
>
>The next meeting will be about Rails too, and I'll actually find a 
>permanent "projector" home for our meetings.  If anyone wants to donate a 
>conference room for our use, please e-mail me.  I would, but I work from 
>home, and I bet you all don't want to drive all the way to Noblesville for 
>a meeting.
>
>Hope to see you all next month!
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