[sf-lug] Python and Ruby (and morpheus)
marilyn at deliberate.com
Wed Mar 22 22:25:27 PST 2006
On Wed, 22 Mar 2006, jim stockford wrote:
> the thing about "speaking" at sf-lug is its
> informality. I believe marilyn had a novel and
> fun time because of our non-format, kind of
> like hunkering together around a campfire
> (never mind thinking that one out, LX).
> For us, seems to me, having marilyn there
> provided us a focus that was extra gratifying
> (that one, too, LX).
> Let's do more such. come on down, Dierdre,
> get a free dinner and ride and let's talk Ruby
> and also Rails (is it true there's other
> languages on Rails? Maybe David Morpheus'
Dierdre, it was really fun. A very attentive and appreciative
audience, cool atmosphere, and superb dinner.
I'd be interested in learning a splash about Ruby and would try to go
> programming language will ride at last).
> On Mar 22, 2006, at 11:04 AM, Rick Moen wrote:
> > Quoting Lx Rudis (lx_rudis at sbcglobal.net):
> >> dierdre and rick - we're really nice people out here
> >> in the wilds of northwest san francisco. we walk
> >> upright, wear clean clothes when we can find them ,
> >> eat with forks and everything.
> > Lx Rudis, thanks. I'd already forwarded Adrien's proposal to
> > Deirdre
> > last night. I hope she does come speak, because she's quite a good
> > speaker on ruby and, in particular, the Ruby on Rails Web framework.
> > In any event, there _is_ a San Francisco Ruby Meetup Group: It's
> > easiest to find using Rich Morin's "SF Bay Area Scripting Groups" page,
> > http://www.cfcl.com/rdm/bass/groups.php
> >  Easiest way to remember the spelling is that it's like in "weird".
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