Archive for the ‘dynamic programming languages’ tag.
(This is a report of Pune Ruby on Rails meetup that happened on 12th December. This report was originally written by Gautam Rege on his blog, and is reproduced here with permission for the benefit of PuneTech readers.) It was great to be a part of the Pune Rails Meetup which was held yesterday (19th [...]
Dhananjay Nene writes an indepth technical report (along with links to presentations) on the IndicThreads conference on Java technologies held in Pune in December 2009.
What: Pune Ruby on Rails Meetup When: Saturday, December 19, 4pm-7pm Where: ThoughtWorks Technologies, Tower C, Panchshil Tech Park, Yerwada Registration and Fees: This event is free for all to attend. Register here. Event Page: Link Details Hang out with other Rails geeks in Pune, discuss what’s hot, learn about the bleeding edge and find [...]
What: A get together for Pune’s Ruby on Rails enthusiasts When: Thursday, 21st May, 8pm Where: North Main Lounge, Koregaon Park Registration and Fees: This event is free for all to attend. No registration required Links: Follow @punerailsmeetup on twitter, Facebook Pagex Details: A meetup for all the developers in and around Pune working on [...]
What: Geek Night at Thoughtworks. Three discussion – 1) IronPython 2) Writing Ruby like code in C# and 3) Distributed Version Control Systems When: Saturday, 4th April, 2pm onwards Where: Thoughtworks, GF-01 & MZ-01, Tower C, Panchshil Tech Park, Yerwada Registration and Fees: This event is free for all to attend. Register here Details: The [...]
What: A presentation on the strengths and weaknesses of various programming languages, and how to choose one for your application, by Dhananjay Nene When: Saturday, March 28th, 4pm Where: SICSR – Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research – Map Registration and Fees: This event is free for all. No registration required. Details: Confused about [...]
After we carried a few quick articles on why you should learn more about Ruby and Ruby on Rails (take 1, take 2) last month, we decided that we wanted to give people a much deeper article on why these new languages (Ruby, Python, PHP) and frameworks (Rails, Django) are setting the web world on [...]