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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    This month's meetup will be held at… 7:00 – 7:15 Open 7:15 – 7:30 Introductions 7:30 – 9:00 Presentations 9:00 – 10:00 Open / Networking Presentations We need presentations for this meetup! Each meetup features 3-4 presentations of 30 minutes each, and should pertain to Ruby / Ruby on Rails, or be of general interest to the Ruby community. Please contact Claudio (http://www.meetup.com/laruby/members/13339804/) if you are interested in presenting. Include a title, brief summary of your proposed presentation, and a brief bio about yourself. Please see past meetups for examples. Presentation Title by Presenter Name Summary of presentation goes here Presenter Bio goes here Parking Parking info goes here

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    This month's meetup will be held at… 7:00 – 7:15 Open 7:15 – 7:30 Introductions 7:30 – 9:00 Presentations 9:00 – 10:00 Open / Networking Presentations We need presentations for this meetup! Each meetup features 3-4 presentations of 30 minutes each, and should pertain to Ruby / Ruby on Rails, or be of general interest to the Ruby community. Please contact Claudio (http://www.meetup.com/laruby/members/13339804/) if you are interested in presenting. Include a title, brief summary of your proposed presentation, and a brief bio about yourself. Please see past meetups for examples. Presentation Title by Presenter Name Summary of presentation goes here Presenter Bio goes here Parking Parking info goes here

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====

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    OUR CURRENT FOCUS: • How to Create a Simple CRUD App with Rails and React We're going to build this REACT-RAILS app this next meetup: https://hibbard.eu/rails-react-crud-app/ Its a Calendar APP and James, the author, does a pretty thorough job going through all the nuances. If you don't know React, we'll spend the first 15 minutes going through how it works and the differences and similarities with Rails. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== What to Expect & How to Prep - Read through the article we're working on before the meetup - If you've got experience, please come mentor. - Be ready to ask questions or share insights. All are welcome and at every level. We try to steward the night toward the right level to keep everyone engaged and practicing. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== FYI this is the SAME MEETUP, DIFFERENT URL: West-side Rails Study Group http://www.meetup.com/Westside-Rails-Study-Group/ Los Angeles Women's Ruby on Rails Group http://www.meetup.com/Los-Angeles-Womens-Ruby-on-Rails-Group/ Let's remember that we're not all at the same level. It's highly encouraged for senior programmers to come and mentor. Even it its been only a few years, its truly priceless to someone who is brand new to programming. //////////=====//////////===== //////////===== Here's some resources to help with Ruby: The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby Programming By Hal Fulton RSPEC - https://www.devmynd.com/blog/setting-up-rspec-and-capybara-in-rails-5-for-testing/ (http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book) RUBY ON RAILS TUTORIAL (RAILS 5) M. Hartl's Book (https://www.railstutorial.org/book): Learn Enough Society https://www.learnenough.com/courses - Practice with these online tools: Exercism.io (http://exercism.io/), Repl.it (https://repl.it/languages/ruby) Cloud9 (https://c9.io/). //////////=====//////////===== //////////=====