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Meet up

LRUG Meeting, Ruby as Multimedia glue, Genomes On Rails,

Monday, 9th June at Old Sessions House, London

This meetup is run by LRUG: London Ruby User Group. Starts at 6:30 PM.

The next meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 9th of June, from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. As we have enough people signed up, it will be in the Skills Matter overflow venue at The Old Sessions House on Clerkenwell Green.

Ruby as Multimedia glue

A talk about implementing a gem for communicating with the open source MythTV software, streaming and transcoding recordings on the fly with the aid of Mongrel, and viewing them using a custom interface written using RubyCocoa on Mac OS X. The talk will be a whistlestop tour of the various aspects of getting all this working.

Nick Ludlam

Nick Ludlam is a freelance technology consultant and developer with a particular interest in Web technology, TV and Video. He has worked for some of the top European special effects and post production houses, the BBC, and a number of ground-breaking

Genomes On Rails

Matt Wood is going to give a talk about the work he\'s been doing with rails at work foir the Human Genome Project. This talk will cover the infrastructure required to handle multi-petabyte, highly scalable systems and how we are using Rails to quickly build flexible software to support this effort.

Matt Wood

Matt Wood is Technology Evangelist at Amazon Web Services.

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Overview

The next meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 9th of June, from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. As we have enough people signed up, it will be in the Skills Matter overflow venue at The Old Sessions House on Clerkenwell Green.

Ruby as Multimedia glue

A talk about implementing a gem for communicating with the open source MythTV software, streaming and transcoding recordings on the fly with the aid of Mongrel, and viewing them using a custom interface written using RubyCocoa on Mac OS X. The talk will be a whistlestop tour of the various aspects of getting all this working.

Nick Ludlam

Nick Ludlam is a freelance technology consultant and developer with a particular interest in Web technology, TV and Video. He has worked for some of the top European special effects and post production houses, the BBC, and a number of ground-breaking

Genomes On Rails

Matt Wood is going to give a talk about the work he\'s been doing with rails at work foir the Human Genome Project. This talk will cover the infrastructure required to handle multi-petabyte, highly scalable systems and how we are using Rails to quickly build flexible software to support this effort.

Matt Wood

Matt Wood is Technology Evangelist at Amazon Web Services.

Who's coming?

Attending Members

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