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June 2018 ID-Ruby Meetup
Hi, everyone! We're back after long Eid al Fitr holidays ๐ŸŒ™! We will have 3 talks: Our fellow rubyist, blogger, author, founder of idrails.com, Agung Setiawan, will share about his trip to the annual conference in the birthplace of Ruby: RubyKaigi ๐Ÿ—พ. Is ruby dead yet? (again)? You will know. Didik Wicaksono, from Cookpad Indonesia, will share about Cookpad Global tech stacks, in casual discussion ๐Ÿ’Ž. If you use Rails, then you must be familiar with ActiveSupport. This gem extends many Ruby classes and sometimes implemented into the Ruby itself. Our friend Muhammad Mufid Afif, from Peentar, will deliver his talk: "ActiveSupport: core utility library that power Rails" ๐Ÿ‘ท. What to expect? ๐Ÿ’Ž discussion about Ruby, web development, and computer related trivia ๐Ÿค— meet and greet (we are warm and welcoming community, open to all level of expertise) ๐Ÿฑ dinner and refreshments How to find us? ๐Ÿข We are at the top floor (22nd) of Menteng Square in A Tower, you can see badminton ๐Ÿธ fields inside the square ๐ŸšŒ You can reach Menteng Square with Trans Jakarta via Matraman stop, ๐Ÿšž or by commuter line train via Cikini station and continue with Ojek ๐Ÿ›ต ๐Ÿ› Musholla is at 5th floor Do you have something to show and tell? Any open source project you are doing? Let us know! ๐Ÿ’ฌ http://ruby.id/slack ๐Ÿ“ Since our space is really limited, we are going to reconfirm your RSVP, so that we can save some place to others ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Jl. Pramuka Sari II No.24, RT.5/RW.6, Kenari, Senen SOHO Menteng Square Tower A, lantai 22 no 22 ยท Jakarta Pusat

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    ABOUT US

    id-ruby is a community of ruby users based in Indonesia. We're a friendly group that freely shares knowledge about the Ruby programming language, its libraries and frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails. The group meets at least once a month for talks, demos, hacks and discussions. Meetings are free and open to the public. Developers with any level of Ruby experience or any programming languages background are welcomed to participate.

    HOSTING A MEETUP

    Hosting a Meetup involve making a space available for Meetup attendees (with projector, screen & WiFi), and optionally, providing food & drinks.

    Space
    Figure out exactly how many people you can hold. Typical limiting factors are seats, ventilation, bathrooms, and fire code. Then I add 33% to that number to account for no-shows. For example, if your space can hold 45 people, then I set the attendance limit to 60.

    Projector & WiFi
    The monthly Meetups consist of 2-4 presentations and we need a projector & screen for the presenters to connect their laptops. WiFi for the attendees is highly desired. You may have to check with your system administrator to make sure you're not opening up your internal network to outsiders.

    Food & Drinks
    This is totally optional. If you desire to sponsor food & drink, it typically costs around IDR 40k/RSVP, divided evenly between food & drink. Over the years, we've found pizza to be the best event food - no utensils required, easy to clean up, and suitable as leftover for your staff the next day. Drinks are typically non-alcoholic beverages.

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