Toronto Ruby: Message Queues & Design on Rails

  • February 8, 2011 · 6:45 PM
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This February 8th, we are going to have 3 talks instead of the usual two! Also, we will be having a Design on Rails track for all those who work in the front-end.
Introduction to Message Queues Rob Paulsen will be giving a talk about Message Queues in Ruby. This will be a great talk for those who work on the server side.
Pizza and Fellowship After the first talk, we will take a little break, socialize and eat some pizza provided by the good folks at Engine Yard.
Design on Rails: Unleash your design with Compass & Sass Kevin Faustino will be talking about Compass and Sass. Learn about all the features and utilities that will help you take your stylesheets to the next level.
Design on Rails: Interaction Design Frameworks Rida Al Barazi is giving a talk about Interaction Design Frameworks and patterns for developers. He will be going through some concepts on how to implement the frameworks and patterns in Rails 3 using helpers, partials and unobtrusive javascript. Someone will be downstairs at the doors around 6:30pm to start letting people in at 99 Atlantic Ave.

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  • Adam K.

    Cool! In the next section of the talk Rob explains what Message Queues in Ruby is, how it works and where it fits in. Along with this he gives a few illustrations of where Message Queues in Ruby and RabbitMQ has been used.

    February 15, 2011

  • Ian I.

    Good presentations. Maybe only having 2 would allow for a little more time and detail but that also depends on the amount of exposure the audience has to the concepts.

    February 9, 2011

  • Kevin F.

    40 spots are now available. We will figure out a setup which will work with the attendance.

    January 25, 2011

  • Kevin F.

    The meetup is currently full, but we do have an automatic waiting list. If there is enough of a demand, we can see if we can make more room for more members to come.

    January 25, 2011

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