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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let Guard Do all the Work

  • Oct 20, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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As Ruby developers, running tests is something that we do constantly. There are plenty of ways to run tests.

Josef will be talking about how he did this when he first started as a Ruby developer and how his method evolved over time.

Topics that will be discussed will range from text editors(atom, sublime text, vim), IDE's(rubymine), and the terminal(guard).

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  • Bryce K.

    We're in the middle room!

    October 20, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi, I'm moving to the area, and I'm looking forward to meeting with you all! We will be on the interstate moving all of our stuff down there during this meeting unfortunately :|

    I really like the functional programming community in Nashville, and I'm hoping there's interest for one down there as well, which is why I started the MiamiFP group:

    Another plug:
    If you haven't checked out Elixir, it's a wonderful language to be working in, see the homepage for an overview:

    And, if that interests you, the getting started guide is succinct and informative as well:

    Alright, no more plugs, looking forward to being part of this community!

    October 14, 2014

  • Alex F.

    Greetings – have you heard about It’s a free meetup of tech meetups at TechWeekend@theDolphins in Sun-Life Stadium on October 24th & 25th. Tery Howard, CTO of the Miami Dolphins, keynotes the event that includes a developer hackathon, multiple tech tracks and sessions, and a room for your own meetup.

    Sponsored by Citrix, the first 20 meetups to register receive two tickets to the Nov. 13th Dolphins vs. Bills game. Register your meetup here: Attendees may register here:

    1 · September 25, 2014

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