Brightcove is hosting the Boston Ruby Group’s monthly meeting, Tuesday, July 10th, from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM at our headquarters in Boston’s Innovation District. This month’s program features a presentation by Loren Segal, in which he will discuss some great but often overlooked features of YARD, a tool for writing and serving documentation that can help you build better code. Also, Ruby developer and author David A. Black will take attendees on a tour of a large assortment of Ruby features and techniques that can provide a better understanding of the essence of the language while avoiding common pitfalls that sometimes stunt the process of learning Ruby.
Boston Ruby is a local community of Rubyists and enthusiasts of Open Source Software. Whether you are new to Ruby or a master, it's a great place to learn something new, share ideas and experiences, and meet other Ruby users in the community. The group meets the second Tuesday of every month at Brightcove’s office. For more information and to sign up for the event, click here.
Brightcove is also hosting the following events later this month:
Chef Boston (for Users of Opscode Chef), Tuesday July 17th, 6 PM - 8 PM. This is the group’s first meetup. Additional details can be found here.
Boston Ruby on Rails Meetup, Thursday July 19th, 6PM - 9PM. This month it's "Rails in the Wild: Under the Covers with Two Boston Tech Companies." Get the inside story on building two Rails-based SaaS platforms: Brightcove's App Cloud content app platform and Bytelight's indoor GPS product. Click here for more information and to sign up for this event.
Boston Front End Developers Meetup, Wednesday July 25th. This month's talk will feature a discussion of App Cloud. Click here for more information and to sign up for this event.
Emerging Technology Meetup, Thursday July 26th, 6 PM. "NewSQL: SQL Technologies Keeping NoSQL Promises." Click here to find out more information and to sign up for this event.
Attending one of these events? See below for directions. Brightcove is conveniently located just off the Mass Pike and 93, and is a short walk from South Station.