May Ruby Meetup - Up and Running with Rails 3 and iPhone Development

The New Delhi Ruby Meetup Group
Sat, 15 May 2010, 05:30 - 07:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Vinsol Office , New Delhi, IN

May Ruby meetup has been confirmed for 15th (Saturday) at 11 AM. We are going to have 2 very interesting workshops in this meetup

Workshop : iPhone 101
Audience: The workshop is aimed at new developers and anyone interested in getting started with iPhone application development.
About the workshop : We only have one hour but we will cover as much information as possible and we hope that you will have a clear understanding of the tools and the environment involved in developing for the iPhone and the iPad.

Workshop : Changes in ActiveRecord with Rails 3
Audience: Any developer who would like to learn how to build Web applications using Rails 3 should benefit from this session.
About the workshop : This workshop is the first of a series that will introduce Rails 3 to web developers. This workshop will be devoted to learning ActiveRecord in Rails 3. This workshop is hour long hands-on coding drill and presentation. Attendees can bring their machines so that they can try coding with the speaker.

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There is no fee charge for this meetup. Note that this meetup is limited to 25 seats. Make sure you sign up for this meetup well in advance. And , don't forget to RSVP for this May event. In case you are not sure about how to sign up/RSVP for this meetup , find it here

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