Slovenian Ruby Meetup Group

Meet other local Ruby programmers. Also meet some non-local Ruby programmers now and then. We are using Ruby because it was created specifically to make life pleasant!

We're going to get together every Z weeks (Z > 3 && Z < 8) for a couple of hours - mostly in the "unconference" style and on a secret location :)

That means people will be able to present their (mostly Ruby-related) current areas of interest (expect some non-trivial hardcore shiet as well - the more the merrier). Presentations have the goal of helping the person understand the topic better as well as enlightening the precious listeners (if there is any). You can also present drunk if you want - just try to make some sense.

Who should join this group? Anyone with passion for beautiful code, clear expression of thought, good morals, no problems with saying "I have no clue about this" and a little bit of wackiness (that's a must). Huh! We demand a lot, but so little at the same time.

We're all unicorns anyway.

Events coming up

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Past events

  • Ruby Tuesday

    Thu, 17 Sep 2009, 16:00 - 18:00 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Jesen se bliža in zato je nujno, da se spet dobimo, saj bomo samo tako lahko pregnali zimo!! Pripravite kratka predavanja! potrjeno: - passenger na nginx - rails caching

  • Summertime

    Thu, 30 Jul 2009, 16:00 - 18:00 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    meetup na izi.. mogoce ne bo predavanj... gremo samo na pivo! :]

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