Ruby Language User Group
Pittsburgh.rb is a Ruby language user group for beginners and experts. Join us the first Thursday of every month at IBM in Squirrel Hill.
We have a regular monthly meeting on the first Thursday of each month:
- Ruby help & discussion
- Regular meeting
Please see our our Meetup.com
group for information about our next monthly meeting.
We also hold coding nights under the OpenHack banner at the end of each
month. For information on these visit the OpenHackPGH
We regularly meet at IBM in Squirrel Hill.
1710 Murray Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Go in the same door as the Silk Elephant and take the stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor.
Pittsburgh Ruby is a community gathering of passionate programmers looking
to enhance their skills.
- Mailing List
Thank you to IBM for providing the meeting space for our group.
Also thanks to the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University where we have met in the past.
September 6th, 2012: Franklin Chen: nil through historical, theoretical, comparative, philosophical, and practical points of view. See Fraknlin's wrap-up blog post, video, and slides.
- October 4th, 2012:
(1st half hour) Jon Daniel: liquid templates.
(2nd half hour) Andrew Cox: Decorators and Presenters in Rails: Clean up complex view logic by making your Rails app more object-oriented.
November 1st, 2012:
(1st half hour) Heath Lilley: gdb and using it to debug Ruby.
(2nd half hour) Bill Laboon: Sentiment Analysis in Ruby.
December 6, 2012:
Roy Liu: DRYness, Ajax, and Web Frameworks.
January 3, 2013:
7:10pm BONUS EXTRA talk: Corey Purcell: Collecting metrics without newrelic.
7:30pm Carol Nichols and Jake Goulding: DON'T PANIC: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Debugging (A preview of their CodeMash talk!)
January 21, 2013:
February 7, 2013:
February 25, 2013:
March 7, 2013:
7:30pm Jake Goulding: Structuring RSpec Tests.
8:00pm Chris Geihsler: Building a Data Warehouse
Interested in learning Ruby? Join us at 6:30 pm the night of a meeting for
Ruby Help & Discussion hour, or check out some of these great sites:
Have another great resource? Let us know!