Ruby Talk

October 18, 2005

I know, I know. It’s been a while since I last blogged (9 days, and longer since it was anything of content). I’ve been busy! Every so often I think to myself “Do I want to blog about what I’m doing, or just do it.” Between work, school, home-ownership, and sleeping…there’s not much time to do all the things I find fun. Sadly, blogging seems to fall to the wayside.

But, I am getting better about sharing with other people. For the third time in two months, I gave a talk about Ruby at a user group meeting here in Omaha. This time it was OJUG, and I gave them Jim Weirich’s OSCON 2005 talk, “10 Things Java Programmers Should Know About Ruby” (yay for creative commons). Well, at least I gave a talk using Jim’s slides, as they were just perfect.

I’ve really enjoyed doing this, so I’m going to put this out there. If you are a group in the Omaha area, and would like to have me come talk about Ruby, shoot me an email. I’m cheap. All I need is some free food, and I’m your man.

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