Archive → November, 2010
It’s a great time to be a Ruby developer: I’ve received word that Wigup.tv is looking for an intermediate to senior level Ruby developer.
Wigup.tv is an interactive mentor for people aged 7-18. The full PDF is: INTERACTIVE Développeur Ruby on Rails (French PDF).
Interested candidates should submit their resumes to email@example.com.
I just received this from Anna Filina, one of ConFoo’s organizers:
ConFoo 2011: Call for Papers is Now Open!
We are looking for the best speakers willing to share their skills and experience with developers and managers.
This year, ConFoo is dedicated to software development and project management.
The technical part covers different aspects of Web development such as: PHP, Python, Ruby, .Net, security, content management systems, frameworks, databases, system administration, Web standards, mobile development and accessibility.
The management part includes: project management, agile methodology, referencing (SEO), Web marketing analysis, social networking, and start-ups.
The conference will be held in Montreal from March 9th to 11th, 2011 at the prestigious Hotel Hilton Bonaventure.
Talk proposals must received by November 26th. http://confoo.ca/en/call-for-papers
If you’re a Ruby enthusiast and want to talk about Ruby to people, go right ahead and contact ConFoo. NOTE: The deadline is November 26th, or Friday.
I just received word from Matthieu Guyonnet-Duluc about a meeting on December 15th on Command-Query Responsibility Segregation and Event Sourcing. It will be held at UQAM on December 15th, at 6:30 PM. RSVP at http://cqrsmeetup.eventbrite.com/.
The CQRS pattern is also something that exists in the Ruby world: RailswayCon 2010 – Command Your Domain
Thanks again to all for coming. I loved Jonathan’s RVM presentation. I think my presentation went well, but I believe I was a bit too fast. Please feel free to comment about the evening.
Looking for RoR talent in the Montreal area (but remote could work) to join our team. We specialize in Elections Management, Project/Follow-up Management and Logistics Management. We live on the cutting edge and need people who like being there as well.
You may contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember we have another meeting tonight, at the CRIM, 405 Ogilvy St.
Doors open at 6:15 PM. For parking, ring the guard and tell him you’re coming for Montreal.rb.
Drinks and food afterwards at the Cafe Vesuvio. Please RSVP at Upcoming.
Good times! November rolls around and Jonathan Palardy offered to talk about RVM, the Ruby Version Manager. He felt it was an oversight that we never discussed it. At the same time, I will show you how to use the Jaccard Coefficient Index in your day-to-day coding. Don’t expect math, but do expect fun times!
The night’s activities will be:
- 6:15 PM: Doors open
- 6:45 PM: Jaccard Presentation
- 7:30 PM: RVM Presentation
- 8:15 PM: Late dinner and drinks
Looking forward to meeting you there!
For information, you may contact François Beausoleil.