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Only scant hours until our first meeting of the new year! Got some (we hope) entertaining challenges for our new rspec grads, and all the usual fun for everyone else.
As always, there will be pizza and if the door is locked, get me on my cell at[masked] and we'll send someone down to let you in.
See you soon!
0 · January 20, 2014
For those of us who completed the rspec challenge, what should we look at to get ready for this evening?
I'd like to have some discussion of deployment. Even if it's informal.
Things are a bit in flux at the moment, so it will depend on who/how many show, but this will be worthwhile in any case http://try.github.io Also installing the "cheat" gem on your laptop and running "cheat git" should be beneficial.
how does this look? http://byte.kde.org/~...
1 · January 20, 2014
That looks like a good one, too. How about creating a "Git Resources" post on the GitHub organization to collect together these three and any other good ones we find?
0 · January 21, 2014
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