Wednesday, 26 January 2011

European VAN on Ruby for Static Language Developers on 22 February 2011

We’re very proud to announce that Matt Yoho agreed to do a talk on Ruby for the next European VAN meeting. Matt is a developer and agile enthusiast with a love for Ruby and the web, working for EdgeCase, LLC in Columbus, Ohio. He’s going to discuss Ruby’s unique object model, the power of implicit self, the effects of dynamic execution as well as metaprogramming. Matt is also going to contrast this great dynamic language with other static programming languages while diving into duck-typing and some of the unique functional features of Ruby.

Here are the details:

Start Time: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 08:00 PM GMT*

End Time: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 09:30 PM GMT

Attendee URL: (Live Meeting)

VAN Calendar:

(*) 08:00 PM UK, 09:00 PM Brussels, 03:00 PM EST, 01:00 PM MST and 12:00 Noon PST. For time zone arithmetic, you can consult the world clock site, use this time zone converter or every time zone.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about Ruby. We hope to virtually see you there.

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