Denver-Boulder Ruby Group First Meeting

As it turns out I was able to make to the Denver-Boulder Ruby GroupOr is it Colorado Ruby Enthusiasts (CORE)? meeting last night (thanks for putting it together Marty). It was a stunning success as far as I am concerned. There were, easily, 30 people in attendence, which is quite a bit more than I anticipated. Last night was basically a meet and greet for the Ruby enthusiasts in the area, which I think is perfect for a first meeting.

Planning for the second meeting is already started (apparently it will included some presentations) so if you missed this one you’ll have another chance fairly soon.

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  1. From Peter Williams » Rails Nits — Error Messages on 19 Sep 2006 at 11:34 am

    […] At the Ruby User Groups meeting the other day someone asked me what things I did not like about Ruby and Rails. At the time I did not have any really good answers, which bothered me because that is an important question. No technology is perfect and honest critiques are a vitally important way to improve the state of the art. In that spirit this is the first in a series to relate some issues I have with Rails (and fixes when possible). […]