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Yup! I just realized that our next meet up will be the TENTH! We’ve come a long way since our no-donut, totally crammed McGill classroom!
Hugo Frappier volunteered to talk about Solr and acts_as_solr. This will be a great talk if you need to implement search in your Rails application and/or if you’re having problems with English/French searching.
It’d be great to have a second speaker… nothing long or complicated… about 15-20 minutes. If you’re interested, send me an email: carl at karabunga dot com. If you have never presented yet, please think about giving back.
As usual, please RSVP on Upcoming.org.
See you soon!
The next Montreal on Rails event will be held on March 18. As usual please RSVP here. (I feel like I’m always repeating the same stuff month after month )
Great line-up as usual:
- James Golick: How to read the Rails sources (take 2)
- Carl Mercier & Morgan Tocker: Exploring Amazon EC2 and MySQL for Scale-Out Applications
- Mathieu Martin: Why you should care about Rubinius
I also want to thank our presenters from last month (sorry for being late). Great insightful presentations as it’s now the norm at MoR.
See you next month!