Past Events

March 21st meetup

March 21, 2017 - 18:30

Crew Café and Collective, 360 St Jacques St, Montreal, QC H2Y 2N1


Functional Programming Concepts In Ruby, by Martin Chabot

Talk level: intermediate


Functional programming may seem complex at first sight, however, some concepts are simpler than the ones that we are used to in Object Oriented languages. During this presentation, I will show you some FP concepts that makes code more modular, succinct and clear. The whole presentation will be done using Ruby.

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Feb 21st Meetup

February 21, 2017 - 18:30

Notman House Café, 51 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Café à l'entrée


Creating A Neural Network, From Scratch, In Ruby, by Marc-André Cournoyer

Talk level: intermediate

If you wish to dive into Machine Learning but have been intimidated by its complexity, this talk will show you how simple the core principles of modern Machine Learning are. We'll rebuild a Neural Network that can predict a few letters from images, in 50 lines of code.

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January 17th, First meetup of the year!

January 17, 2017 - 18:30

Brasseurs de Montréal, 1485 rue Ottawa, Montréal


Fucking With Algorithms: A Human Hobby, by Myriam Jessier

Talk level: beginner

Gaming the system is an inherently human trait for some of us. Come find out how some famous algorithms get mistreated by people for fun, for profit, or for the sheer joy of messing with math.

About Myriam Jessier


Last Meetup Follow Up!

Posted 4 days ago

Slack community

Many of you asked how to join our Slack Community. We are working on a feature to send you an invitation automatically...Continue...

Rails Bridge Is Coming And We Need You!

Posted 7 months ago

Yes, we need you!

Do you love Ruby? Of course you do! Do you want to make web development more accessible, fun and welcoming? Well, you can be a teacher at RailsBridge!

We are looking for 30...Continue...

Last Meetup Follow Up!

Posted 11 months ago

Hello everybody!

The last meetup was a huge success! Thanks to Centre for the venue and Bookwitty for the food!

I announced that the next RailsBridge will be in September. This is...Continue...

Last Meetup's Follow Up

Posted 12 months ago


Voici les liens des deux présentations du mois passé:

Meetup Du 16 Février | February 16th Meetup

Posted about 1 year ago


Shopify nous invite dans leurs tous nouveaux bureaux ce mois-ci!

Progressive Web Apps in Rails for fun and profit, par Sophie Déziel


Links – Liens

Posted about 1 year ago

Voici les liens vers ce qui a été présenté hier!

Here are the links for what have been presented yesterday!

Beginner’s Night – 19 Janvier 2016

Posted over 1 year ago


Pour le premier meetup de 2016, nous démarrons en orientant la soirée pour les nouveaux développeurs, ceux qui apprennent Ruby ou qui sont intéressés par le stack technologique autour...Continue...

Meetup Du 15 Décembre | December 15th Meetup

Posted over 1 year ago


Votre application Ruby est-elle aussi sécurisée que vous le pensez? par Frédéric Harper

Dans le monde d’aujourd’hui, il est plus facile que...Continue...

So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish

Posted over 1 year ago

Hey fellow Rubyist,

Yesterday was my last meet-up as a Montreal.rb organizer. After 4.5 years of taking care of our group, it’s time for me to pass the torch.

I remember so much from all...Continue...

November 17th Meet Up

Posted over 1 year ago


Ce mois-ci, nous prenons une petite pause de Ruby et nous regarderons 2 langages fonctionnels: Elixir et Haskell. Est-ce que votre style Ruby changera après cette rencontre? Qui...Continue...

Rails Workshop, Nov 24th

Posted over 1 year ago

This workshop is a couple hours sprint to help us have a brand new Rails website!!

Experienced and new Ruby on Rails developers are welcome to pair together to work on the features we need to...Continue...

March 17th Meet Up

Posted about 2 years ago


À la suite d'une présentation à Confoo, Leonard a accepté de nous donner un talk qu'il a originalement écrit pour les employés de Ballistiq. Pour limiter leurs coûts...Continue...