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Announcement: RailsNite Waterloo

by Michael Nielsen on November 8, 2007

Announcing RailsNite Waterloo, to be held Monday, Nov 12, 6pm-9pm, at Caesar Martini’s (140 University Ave West, map).

Ruby on Rails is a powerful and easy-to-use Web development framework, based on the Ruby programming language. It’s being widely used by web startups, including Twitter, 37 Signals (Basecamp), and 43 Things.

RailsNite Waterloo is an opportunity for people interested in Rails and in the Waterloo region to meet, share knowledge, and ask questions. The format will be informal, and mostly oriented towards meeting people and discussion. Everyone is encouraged to attend, from those who are simply interested in Rails through to experienced developers.

We’ll have one or more short presentations during the evening. Please RSVP to Michael Nielsen (mnielsen@perimeterinstitute.ca) by Nov 12 if you’re attending. Please also pass encourage other people to attend!

Hope to see you there!

Ilya Grigorik and Michael Nielsen (Organizers)

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