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What is jRuby and why would I use it?
jRuby allows a developer to run Ruby applications in a Java Virtual Machine. Adam Kalsey from Tropo will explain why you'd want to do that, what jRuby can do for you, and show how Tropo used jRuby in building a real-time communications cloud service. We'll talk about how to deploy apps on jRuby, and some of the pitfalls to watch out for.
This is a controlled access building. Please call Chris's cell at[masked]
A number of folks will be around before the formal meeting (7:00-7:30pm) to conduct a "Ruby Clinic". Bring your questions, problems, or other issues in and we'll try to help you out. Whether you are a new learner of Ruby, someone trying to set up a new machine, or an experienced developer with a tough problem at work, the Ruby Clinic is the place to turn to.
Hope to see everyone at the meeting!