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Subject: Re: Rails Class Jan 10th.
From: Scott Haines <newfrontcreat...@gmail.com>
To: dojo-ruby-on-rails <email@example.com>
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I had to cancel the event. I am working on an electronic follow up,
things have gotten busy at the office so time is tight over the next
month. About 50% done with Deploying Rails Application with Capistrano
and AWS. Basically, how to write a deployment script that is easy to
update as your needs change (and they will always change, as is the
disruptive nature of the web)
On Jan 9, 5:04=A0pm, Chung Yang <chy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Scott:
> Are we on for our last class on Jan 10th?