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Meet up

LRUG Lightning Talks - Ruby and Rails

Monday, 9th February at Sekforde Street, London

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

This month (just like we did last February) we're going to have a series of lightning talks in the 20x20 slide format. For those who didn't attend last year, or aren't familiar with the format is: the presenter has 20 slides which are displayed for 20 seconds each, giving a total presentation time of 6:40.

His Twit 4 Dead bots (Francis, Louis, Zoey & Bill)

Tom will present his Twit 4 Dead bots (Francis, Louis, Zoey & Bill)

Tom Armitage

Tom Armitage describes the majority of what he does as “making interesting things on the web”. That “making” takes several forms: from high-level product design, through information design and architecture to the code itself.

A cry for help - an anti talk?

Julian Burgess will present "A cry for help - an anti talk?"

Ruby Smokes - A proposal for smoke testing ruby

Steve Ganly - "rubysmokes" - A proposal for smoke testing ruby

All the ruby that's fit to merge: Rails 3.0 & Merb 2.0

Richard Livsey on All the ruby that's fit to merge: Rails 3.0 & Merb 2.0

Ruby and the GNU Scientific Library and/or R

Chris Lowis will give a talk on Ruby and the GNU Scientific Library and/or R

dpkg-tools

Matt Patterson will give a talk about dpkg-tools

Ruby and XMPP

Thomas Pomfrett gives a talk on Ruby and XMPP

Thomas Pomfret

Thomas Pomfret is VP Technology at Mint Digital (http://mintdigital.com). Mint conceives, builds and runs mass-participation Rails websites and Thomas is responsible for building and maintaining all of Mint’s UK web applications.

Something about rubygame

Roland Swingler on Something about rubygame

Debugging with ruby-debug

Tom ten Thij on Debugging with ruby-debug.

Attending Members

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Overview

This month (just like we did last February) we're going to have a series of lightning talks in the 20x20 slide format. For those who didn't attend last year, or aren't familiar with the format is: the presenter has 20 slides which are displayed for 20 seconds each, giving a total presentation time of 6:40.

His Twit 4 Dead bots (Francis, Louis, Zoey & Bill)

Tom will present his Twit 4 Dead bots (Francis, Louis, Zoey & Bill)

Tom Armitage

Tom Armitage describes the majority of what he does as “making interesting things on the web”. That “making” takes several forms: from high-level product design, through information design and architecture to the code itself.

A cry for help - an anti talk?

Julian Burgess will present "A cry for help - an anti talk?"

Ruby Smokes - A proposal for smoke testing ruby

Steve Ganly - "rubysmokes" - A proposal for smoke testing ruby

All the ruby that's fit to merge: Rails 3.0 & Merb 2.0

Richard Livsey on All the ruby that's fit to merge: Rails 3.0 & Merb 2.0

Ruby and the GNU Scientific Library and/or R

Chris Lowis will give a talk on Ruby and the GNU Scientific Library and/or R

dpkg-tools

Matt Patterson will give a talk about dpkg-tools

Ruby and XMPP

Thomas Pomfrett gives a talk on Ruby and XMPP

Thomas Pomfret

Thomas Pomfret is VP Technology at Mint Digital (http://mintdigital.com). Mint conceives, builds and runs mass-participation Rails websites and Thomas is responsible for building and maintaining all of Mint’s UK web applications.

Something about rubygame

Roland Swingler on Something about rubygame

Debugging with ruby-debug

Tom ten Thij on Debugging with ruby-debug.

Who's coming?

Attending Members

Sorry, no member has joined this event so far.