Since last one year, there is quite a bit of Ruby and RubyOnRails development happening in India. Still the biggest thing missing here is the official Ruby and Rails meet-ups like RailsConf and RubyConf. Being in Ruby and Rails community since last three years I’ve been attending many events in India but couldn’t find any […] Continue reading →
First Barcamp now Ruby Fun Day. Seems like Delhi is becoming the hub of all the un-conference startups. After the huge success of BarcampDelhi, Delhites are now bringing Ruby Funday to India. Its the first Ruby and Rails Full Day event in India.
The Ruby/Rails lovers dream come true event is going to happen […] Continue reading →
Here’s announcing the first Ruby and Rails Full Day event in India. It has been in the making for months if not years, and now finally it is going to happen on 22nd of November 2008.
We invite all Rubyists and Rails Lovers in India to participate and give us the enthusiasm to organize Fun-Days regularly.
Call […] Continue reading →
The second delhi.rb meetup was organized at VinSol on Thursday, 19th July, 2007. It was attended by 11 rails enthusiasts.
I gave an introduction to Full Text Search and Solr. And then gave a demo of acts_as_solr plugin. Seems it was well received by all.
Sur, then presented Advanced Ruby, with a lot of live code. […] Continue reading →
Two weeks ago we went to DEI(DayalBagh Educational Institute) to present Ruby and Rails. We also had a whole day workshop there.
It was really a big fun. We (me and my colleagues Sur & Hemant ) enjoyed it very much. People (students of M.Sc, PGDCSA and course coordinator) were very interested in Ruby and Rails. […] Continue reading →
I am Travelling to London this wednesday, to attend the first RailsConf Europe 2006
I will be attending the pre-conference social PizzaOnRails on Wednesday evening. Then the RailsConf on Thursday, Friday.
I will be visiting the Shinnyo-en temple in Surrey on Saturday morning and be back in Central London by the afternoon.
Am flying back to […] Continue reading →