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Re: [ruby-99] SVRC: Please present an interesting Ruby session at SVCC

From: Dr N.
Sent on: Friday, August 5, 2011 11:05 AM
My interview with the Padrino guys, the day after they came to our meetup, talked about that Sinatra was great for learning request/response, learning Ruby, etc

Cheers
Nic

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On Aug 6, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Scott Haines <[address removed]> wrote:

Rich,
I agree with you 100%. Rails is the most popular of the frameworks, but a session on using Sinatra as a lightweight HTTP server would also be nice. Since most people don't need the added bloat that Rails gives you, nor do most people know the best way to optimize Rails for their applications. Sinatra is more work up front, but allows you to not have to adhere to the "Rails Way". 

On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 10:53 AM, Rich Morin <[address removed]> wrote:
At 5:22 PM [masked]/2/11, Ken Nakagama wrote:
> Since there are only 2 sessions and SVCC has a famous flavor
> of chaos, why not build a list of suggested topic areas (like
> 5 or 10) within RoR.

s/RoR/Ruby/

RoR isn't the only Ruby web framework, let alone the only area
of interest in the Ruby community.

-r
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