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East Bay Ruby meeting on Cucumber, 10/20

From: Rich M.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 3:46 PM
At 6:36 PM [masked]/7/09, Mark wrote:
> Can Cucumber be self taught or is it best to have someone teach it
> to you?

Either could be made to work, but why not take advantage of help?

FYI, there's an East Bay Ruby meeting on Cucumber on the 20th:


And, if you like Indian food, consider joining some Rubyists for
an informal gathering before the meetup:

  10/20 @ 5 pm (or later :-)

  Biryani House
  2011 Shattuck Ave. (at University, NE corner)
  Berkeley, CA 94704

Biryani House is economical and has a fairly wide selection of
Indian food.  We can order and pay for our food separately, then
pull together some tables for chatting and munching.

It's not critical to arrive at any particular time, but I'll try
to be there by 5.  If you just want to sit with us and sip some
chai, there shouldn't be any problem.

http://www.cfcl.c...­            Rich Morin
http://www.cfcl.c...­     [address removed]
http://www.cfcl.c...­     [masked]

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