New Meeting Location for the NH Seacoast Ruby/Rails User Group

Posted by Scott on Jan 9th, 2007

Apparently there are a lot of folks in the area who are interested in seeing what a Ruby/Rails user group meeting is like, as I received over a dozen RSVPs for the upcoming event. Unfortunately, that threw a wrench in my plans to host it in a study room at the UNH Library, which can only hold 4-6 people. Fortunately, Rob from the Seacoast Linux User Group agreed to help me out and let me use a conference room in Morse Hall for this month’s meeting. I’m very grateful for Rob’s assistance. So the updated meeting information is:

WHEN: Tuesday, January 16, 2007, from 7-9 PM.

WHERE: Morse Hall, Room 301, UNH Campus. Durham, NH (directions)

WHAT: I’ll be sharing some of my favorite resources for developing with Ruby/Rails and following the community. We’ll also engage in such exciting activities as creating a regular meeting location and schedule, setting up a mailing list, and coming up with an organization name that makes a cool acronym! Contact me for directions and parking information if you’d like attend. All are welcome, whether you’re a Ruby pro or just want to know what all the hype is about. 🙂

3 Responses

  1. Brian Says:

    Do you have a mailing list for the Ruby Group and meetings? The group seems like a great idea …Thanks…

  2. ZenLinuxNH Says:

    Hi Brian,

    We’ll be setting up a mailing list immediately after our first meeting. I’ll let you know about it once it gets created.


  3. Nap Says:

    See you all this evening. Thanks again for organizing this.


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