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Introducing the LA Ruby YouTube channel

From: Steven N.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 9:31 PM
I happy to announce that launch of the LA Ruby YouTube channel. I've posted two of the presentations from the most recent LA Ruby Meet Up and the third is on the way.

First, Brian Scott talks about setting up Jenkins to automate the testing of Chef Cookbooks with Foodcritic Lint validation, ruby syntax checking, Minitests TestCases & Vagrant.

Second, Daniel Fischer addresses the need for improving front development. Please visit Daniel's new website at to learn ore and to continue the discussion.

Finally, I am preparing the video of Trotter Cashion's Cloud Foundry talk and I will have it posted soon.

These are my first attempts to record a our monthly meetings, so please bear with me, as I strive to improve the quality of our videos.


Steven Ng

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