Re: New Meetup: LA Ruby January Meetup

From: Chris O.
Sent on: Thursday, January 7, 2010 11:39 PM

My coworker and I can give a talk on parallelizing test execution
using the deep-test gem in Ruby if you still have openings.

Chris O'Meara

On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 2:38 PM, Alf Mikula <[address removed]> wrote:
> Your Assistant Organizer, Alf Mikula, sent the following message to some
> members of The Los Angeles Ruby/Rails Meetup Group:
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> Announcing a new Meetup for The Los Angeles Ruby/Rails Meetup Group!
> What: LA Ruby January Meetup
> When: January 14,[masked]:00 PM
> Where:
> AT&T Interactive / YELLOWPAGES.COM
> 611 N. Brand Blvd 5th Floor
> Glendale, CA 91203
> Join us on January 14th for our next LA Ruby meetup. This month's meetup
> will be at AT&T Interactive in Glendale.
> Schedule:
> 7:00-7:15 Open
> 7:15-7:30 Introductions
> 7:30-9:00 Presentations (3 30-minute slots)
> 9:00-10:00 Lightning Talks / Open
> We'll be handing the projector over after the scheduled presentations for
> your own lightning talks, so come prepared to talk for 10-15 minutes about a
> Ruby project you want to share with us.
> Presentations:
> Internationalization­ in Rails
> by Alf Mikula
> Alf Mikula of AT&T Interactive will share his recent experience dealing with
> internationalizing a Rails application using I18n helpers, Globalize2, and
> other helper plugins that are available, and some strategies for dealing
> with volunteer translators, locale metadata, etc.
> by YOU
> We need more presentations! Please contact Alf through the mailing list if
> you can do a presentation this month!
> Learn more here:
> http://www.meetup...­
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> To visit The Los Angeles Ruby/Rails Meetup Group, go here:
> http://www.meetup...­
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