Jun 09

Vienna, VA

Olive Garden Restaurant, 8133 Leesburg Pike

In addition to the program, you'll have an opportunity to network with others in your profession and other segments of the industry. Bring lots of business cards. Description: Since its public unveiling in 2004, Ruby on Rails has taken the web development world by storm. Rails is an open-source framework, built using the Ruby programming language, that promotes high productivity and reduced development times for real-world web sites. This talk will provide a high-level tour of the features of Ruby on Rails. It will also show how this technology is being leveraged to create on-line businesses and web sites. You don't have to be a programmer to learn more about how Ruby on Rails can power your on-line business. Bio: David Keener is a writer and technical architect with over 20 years of experience; he blogs regularly at KeenerTech.com. He is a technical architect for Grab Networks, the company known for streaming the Beijing Olympics over the web and for distributing more news videos in the US than any other company except MSNBC. When: June 9, 2009 Where: Olive Garden Restaurant 8133 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182 Cost: $20 for ICCA-GW members, $30 for nonmembers. Includes dinner and nonalcoholic drinks. Schedule -------- 6:30 pm: happy hour 7:00 pm: dinner 8:00 pm: program 9:00 pm: meeting adjourns Reserve your seat now:

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Cost: $20 for ICCA-GW members, $30 for nonmembers.

Contact Name: Craig Herberg

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