The venue for the next singapore.rb meeting has been confirmed! We
will be meeting at the Central Lending Library with the NLB graciously
providing the use of a room (with WIFI), capacity is pegged at 40 to
The meeting is scheduled for the 19th of April, from 7pm to 8:30pm. I
will be providing more information on the agenda once its confirmed.
For now, I'll let on that there will be 2 speakers from the group
sharing their knowledge on Ruby/Rails.
Please indicate whether you will be attending the meeting by
responding to this thread.
Please let me know if there is anything else I need to do to signup
I'd like to join
That's great! I'm not yet sure if I'll be in Singapore on that date -
but if I am, I shall attend. I'll keep you posted.
I know Choon Keat is gonna share something, but who's the other
I haven't done any slides yet though :( Been pretty busy with projects
On Apr 1, 11:03 pm, Mohit Sindhwani <mo_m...@onghu.com> wrote:
> Sausheong, will you be speaking? I'm very keen on that talk!
I will attending this meeting :-)
- Chu Yeow
Will try to make it...
Did I miss anyone?
Chu Yeow, what time does your course end on that day? Maybe you could
still drop by to say hi?
I am interested to join the meeting.
Here is the tentative agenda for the 19th April 2007 singapore.rb
7:00pm Rails Plugins Showcase: Dead simple AJAX and Form testing in
Rails - Choon Keat
7:30pm FxRuby and ScreenSvr - Sausheong
8:00pm Q&A, discussions
8:30pm End of meeting/Head down to a watering hole for furthur
i am new in Singapore. I am here for a Internship for the next Months.
I will also join the singapore.rb.
Is the Libary near the Bugis MRT station? In which room is the
On 12 Apr., 13:33, "sausheong" <saushe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh I sorta blogged it already ... put an announcement post on my blog
> > still drop by to say hi?- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
Thanks, and I'm looking forward to your presentation. (I wonder if
this will appear?)
This might be useful for you [http://www.streetdirectory.com/
Centrel Lending Library on basement 1 of the National Library at
What about directions once we are in the library? I remember at the
last "meeting"--there were only a few of us--we went to look at the
meeting rooms in the library. Although we weren't allowed to enter
them, we located a few, or at least the floors on which they were
I remember one floor with some kind of exhibition space, and another--
or the same one?--with an American university program.
Anyway, it's a large building, so minimal directions, like what floor
to exit the elevator from, would be appreciated.
On Apr 1, 10:49 am, "Doug" <bians...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The venue for the next singapore.rb meeting has been confirmed! We
> will be meeting at the Central Lending Library with the NLB graciously
> providing the use of a room (with WIFI), capacity is pegged at 40 to
> 50 people.
> The meeting is scheduled for the 19th of April, from 7pm to 8:30pm. I
> will be providing more information on the agenda once its confirmed.
> For now, I'll let on that there will be 2 speakers from the group
> sharing their knowledge on Ruby/Rails.
On Apr 18, 11:27 am, choonkeat <choonk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> See ya'll tmrw evening. 7pm aye? Hopefully I won't be presenting to an empty
> Maybe I should toss in a somewhat related
> the early bird
> > > > responding to this thread.- Hide quoted text -
On Apr 10, 11:15 am, "Doug" <bians...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Apr 19, 9:48 am, Doug <bians...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Apr 19, 9:46 am, "Keng Onn" <keng...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Just to re-confirm, the venue is at basement 1 of NLB rite? Which room in
> particular? Is there anyone to contact in case we can't find the venue?
> Dun wanna end up wandering ard the whole library (it's big, unlike Starbucks
> :P) looking for you guys...
> Keng Onn.
Hope everyone had fun! It was great meeting up, we should do this more
often. Maybe now with NLB's help we can do it.
On Apr 19, 11:31 pm, choonkeat <choonk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks to all attended, and Doug for making it possible.
> Some reference links on the plugins I covered (including installation steps
> that I'd promised),