Buffalo and Western NY Meetup (Jan 7, 2008)

Greetings from snowy Buffalo, NY!

The WNY Ruby User Group is meeting in two weeks. This will be our
second meetup, and in a new location - we've located a large
conference room to use, thanks to AMS[0]. Refreshments will be
provided.

Location: Academic Management Systems
Address: 1576 Sweet Home Road, Amherst, NY

Map: http://xrl.us/bc436
Site: http://wnyruby.com/2007/12/19/january-2008-meetup

If you plan on coming please leave a comment on the blog post for the
meetup[1], or email me off list, so we can get a rough idea of how
many people are coming (our first meetup had around a dozen).

We're going to do a few information sessions, including an intro to
Capistrano, Ruby blocks and procs in depth, and an overview of Haskell
and functional programming (by Kevin Baird, author of Ruby by
Example[2]).

See you there!

Jim Lindley
http://jimlindley.com/
jimlindley@gmail.com

[0] http://www.academicmanagement.com/
[1] http://wnyruby.com/2007/12/19/january-2008-meetup
[2] http://www.amazon.com/Ruby-Example-Concepts-Kevin-Baird/dp/1593271484/

Hey all,

This is a reminder that the Western New York Ruby Users' Group meeting
is this evening at 7pm. If you're in the Buffalo / Rochester / WNY /
Southern Ontario area, we'd love to have you show up and attend. We
had about a dozen Rubyists at our last meeting--let's see how many of
us are in the woodwork!

Location: Academic Management Systems
Address: 1576 Sweet Home Road, Amherst, NY

Check out our group site at http://wnyruby.com/2007/12/19/january-2008-meetup

~Mark Josef