It's the new year, and BelfastRuby is back better than ever! The March 2016 meetup has two great beginner-friendly talks lined up. Be sure to not miss out!
James Burns will be delivering a talk on mobile testing with Ruby and Appium. Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with native, hybrid and mobile web apps. It drives iOS and Android apps using the WebDriver protocol.
Our second talker Heather McNamee, from GitLab (https://about.gitlab.com/) will be showing us how to effectively use Git Version Control Workflow within your projects. Specifically delving into how you can use GitLab to create branches, changes, and merge pull requests - and what is happening behind the scenes within Git to make this all happen.
Our final talker, David Kennedy of Shopkeep (http://www.shopkeep.com/) will present his beginner-friendly talk, "Ruby makes me happy". Where he will discuss the reasons why he loves Ruby, and what makes Ruby awesome!
As always, the next meetup will have Beer, Soft Drinks, and Pizza! Come meet us at the Hub within Queen's University Belfast Student Guidance Center, to the left of the Student's Union
Be sure to watch this space for any updates!