• The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
    The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event. Schedule: 6:30-7:00 Food / Networking 7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations Faith Wallace, 5 Brain Science Hacks to Successfully Learn Code Dave Kimura, Stimulus and Turbolinks Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

    Pivotal Labs (at Ponce City Market)

    675 Ponce de Leon Aveue NE Suite 7500 · Atlanta, GA

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  • Ruby Hack
    Bring a laptop and a helpful disposition to this meetup. The goal of the gathering will be to get your Ruby questions answered. We HIGHLY encourage you to bring a project you've been hacking on, even if its only tangentially related to Ruby. All levels welcome! What we would like to get done: -Solve bugs -Figure out what to learn/study/integrate next -Explore new & old coding patterns & tools -Write/refactor good object-oriented code -Help one another grow No formal presentations. We will meet at Taproom in Kirkwood. Hope to see you there!

    Taproom Coffee

    1963 Hosea L Williams Dr Se Ste R106 · Atlanta

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  • The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
    The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event. Schedule: 6:30-7:00 Food / Networking 7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations Topic: Ruby to Roll up the Window Blinds: an iOT project with Raspberry Pi + Sinatra with Charles Brian Quinn Details: Charles talks about his software and hardware he built using a Raspberry Pi and of course, some Ruby, to automate the window blinds in his house to go up and down, automatically based on sunrise and sunset every day (for the past 5 years)! He'll talk about the project, what he learned, show off the hardware, the Ruby code, and perhaps dive into some more modern Robotics libraries with Ruby. Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

    Pivotal Labs (at Ponce City Market)

    675 Ponce de Leon Aveue NE Suite 7500 · Atlanta, GA

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  • Ruby Hack
    Bring a laptop and a helpful disposition to this meetup. The goal of the gathering will be to get your Ruby questions answered. We HIGHLY encourage you to bring a project you've been hacking on, even if its only tangentially related to Ruby. All levels welcome! What we would like to get done: -Solve bugs -Figure out what to learn/study/integrate next -Explore new & old coding patterns & tools -Write/refactor good object-oriented code -Help one another grow No formal presentations. We will meet at Taproom in Kirkwood. Hope to see you there!

    Taproom Coffee

    1963 Hosea L Williams Dr Se Ste R106 · Atlanta

  • The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
    The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event. Schedule: 6:30-7:00 Food / Networking 7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations Presenters: How to learn GraphQL, Andrew Bantug Make Service Objects Serve You, Riaz Virani Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

    Pivotal Labs (at Ponce City Market)

    675 Ponce de Leon Aveue NE Suite 7500 · Atlanta, GA

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  • Ruby Hack
    Bring a laptop and a helpful disposition to this meetup. The goal of the gathering will be to get your Ruby questions answered. We HIGHLY encourage you to bring a project you've been hacking on, even if its only tangentially related to Ruby. All levels welcome! What we would like to get done: -Solve bugs -Figure out what to learn/study/integrate next -Explore new & old coding patterns & tools -Write/refactor good object-oriented code -Help one another grow No formal presentations. We will meet at Taproom in Kirkwood. Hope to see you there!

    Taproom Coffee

    1963 Hosea L Williams Dr Se Ste R106 · Atlanta

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  • The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
    The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event. Schedule: 6:30-7:00 Food / Networking 7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations Presentation: Chris Jeon, Code from Anywhere - Code and see the world Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

    Pivotal Labs (at Ponce City Market)

    675 Ponce de Leon Aveue NE Suite 7500 · Atlanta, GA

  • Ruby Hack
    Bring a laptop and a helpful disposition to this meetup. The goal of the gathering will be to get your Ruby questions answered. We HIGHLY encourage you to bring a project you've been hacking on, even if its only tangentially related to Ruby. All levels welcome! What we would like to get done: -Solve bugs -Figure out what to learn/study/integrate next -Explore new & old coding patterns & tools -Write/refactor good object-oriented code -Help one another grow No formal presentations. We will meet at Taproom in Kirkwood. Hope to see you there!

    Taproom Coffee

    1963 Hosea L Williams Dr Se Ste R106 · Atlanta

    2 comments
  • The Atlanta Ruby Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
    The Atlanta Ruby Meetup is our monthly main event. Schedule: 6:30-7:00 Food / Networking 7:15 til ~9:00: Presentations Interested in Speaking? Want to show off your Ruby project or Ruby-related technology? Want to suggest a topic? Let us know!

    Pivotal Labs (at Ponce City Market)

    675 Ponce de Leon Aveue NE Suite 7500 · Atlanta, GA

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  • Special Event with Bruce Tate
    Join Women Who Code, the Atlanta Elixir Meetup and the Atlanta Ruby User Group as Bruce Tate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Tate), the author of Seven Languages in Seven Weeks, Programming Phoenix, and Adopting Elixir speaks about why programming platforms and languages are changing so rapidly, and how companies and individuals can approach language adoption. He'll speak on a variety of languages including Ruby, Elixir, and Java. ********************************************************************************* Detailed instructions for parking and reaching the building lobby http://tiny.cc/getting-to-salesloft *Note: Waze does not have the correct address for Salesloft. Please use “Region Plaza Parking” instead. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

    Salesloft

    1180 West Peachtree St., NW Suite #2200 · Atlanta, ga