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Re: [indyrb] September Meetup Presentation Update

From: Miles Z. S.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 4:31 PM
Matt -

Cool! An impromptu hack-a-thon would be pretty awesome. We keep
talking about doing this, but I am potentially incapable of simply
deciding the subject for hacking. You're welcome to send an email to
the group to sort of set the stage, if you'd like. That could
potentially increase interest in the event dramatically.

You beat me to the email. You can just order it, definitely. So far
only 14 people have RSVP'd, but I'd expect more than 20 to show up.
People either don't RSVP, or RSVP at the last second. We usually do 5
pizzas and a couple orders of breadsticks, as well as around 4 bottles
of soda, from Little Caesar's. You're welcome to do that, or do
something different, if you'd like. (I keep threatening to just bring
a crave case from White Castle, but I've been told that sounds gross,
and that I'm gross for suggesting it.) I'll try to keep an eye on the
RSVP number, and I'll email you if I think more or less will be
needed. Sound good?

Let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks again!

MilesZS

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 4:23 PM, Matt Brown <[address removed]> wrote:
> Miles
>   What do I ned to do to sponsor the pizza.  Can I just order it?  If so how
> much?
> Matt
> P.S.  There might be an impromptu hack-a-thon to see if anyone can uncover /
> decipher / solve our object penalty problem Nate has been working on.  If
> so, I'll bring a prize.
> On Sep 13, 2011, at 4:19 PM, Miles Z. Sterrett wrote:
>
> I know, I know. It has read "TBA" for weeks. Well, here's the "A", right
> now:
>
>
>
> Garrett Hart will be chatting about Active Admin, a Ruby on Rails plugin for
> generating administration style interfaces. I mean, _sexy_
> administration-style­ interfaces. Alex Conner will be demonstrating running
> JRuby on Windows, using the TorqueBox Ruby application platform. Alex
> doesn't always use Windows, but when he does, he uses TorqueBox for Ruby
> stuffs.
>
>
>
> If you'd like to know more before you get there, here are some links:
>
>
>
> + http://activeadmi...­
>
> + http://torquebox....­
>
>
>
> Local endeavor, who employs several Indy.rb regulars, and is often looking
> for more, iGoDigital (http://www.igodig...­ be sponsoring pizza
> and drinks this month!
>
>
>
> MilesZS
>
>
>
> PS - For those of you who prefer Windows, I'm sorry ... for the jokes you're
> likely to hear. Also, I'm just sorry. Seriously, though, it's all in good
> fun. You're welcome to make fun of those of us who are mourning the passing
> of Steve Jobs. (Wait. He didn't die? Oh.)
>
>
>
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