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Tech Events this Week: Intro to Python; DrupalCamp; Ruby Hackathon; Docker; WordPress

Here is a list of technology events happening in Pune over the next few days. To be informed of these events in advance, you should subscribe to get the PuneTech calendar event announcements by email. Click here to subscribe. [Fri] BioPune Seminar: Commercializing Technology – Retrofittable Digital Radiography Systems [Fri] Python Pune Meet: Python 101: […]

Tech Events this Week: CloudStack, Agile, Wildfly (JBoss), Ruby, Chef and more

Here is a list of technology events happening in Pune over the next few days. To be informed of these events in advance, you should subscribe to get the PuneTech calendar event announcements by email. Click here to subscribe. [Wed] (Paid) Pune Google Developers Group: Workshop in Product Development in Tech Business [Thu] NASSCOM Event: […]

RailsGirls Pune – The Gold and the Beautiful

(This event report of RailsGirls Pune – a one-day conference for women working on Ruby-on-Rails, first appeared on the Josh Software Blog, and is reproduced here with permission for the benefit of PuneTech readers.) I was skeptical! Just from my experience of organizing RubyConf India and some local meetups, I was sure the turnout would […]

@RubyConfIndia 2013 Pune Event Report by @JonathanWallace

(This event report of the recently concluded RubyConf 2013, which was held in Pune a couple of weekends back, by @JonathanWallace first appeared at the @BigNerdRanch blog. It is reproduced here with permission, for the benefit of PuneTech readers.) In my professional career, I’ve never felt prouder than when I was accepted as a speaker […]

Ruby Conf is coming to Pune – Call for Speakers is now Open

Ruby Conf, a big, 2-day technical conference of everybody interested in the Ruby programming language is coming to Pune on 22/23 June, 2013. The call for speakers is now open. If you have done any work in Ruby, or there is simply some technique, or library that you have used and find interesting, this is […]

Code + Beer + Enthusiasm = Pune Hackfest

(Last weekend, the Pune Rails Meetup community organized a weekend-long Hackfest to build a Citizen Empowerment App. Gautam Rege, one of the organizers of this hackfest wrote this event report about the hackfest, which first appeared on the Josh Software blog, and is being re-published here with permission.) Damn! Hackfests really work. At the latest […]

Rails Hackfest: Build a Citizen Empowerment webapp in a weekend – 11 June

Gautam Rege writes: Pune Rails Meetup announces Hackfest: Citizen Empowerment web app for better governance. After the post-adrenalin Rush of RubyConfIndia, we are proposing a HackFest which will get us all together to build a web-app. We cannot accommodate more than 25 people for this – so be quick to decide! Come and go as […]

Event Report: GeekNight with Ola Bini – JRuby for the win

(This is a report of the GeekNight with Ola Bini written by Sandeep Mukhopadhyay) ThoughtWorks Pune had invited all developers to their GeekNight held on May 25, 2011. GeekNight is a series of talks about cutting edge technology, where you also get to meet like minded geeks. This GeekNight featured a talk “JRuby for the […]

GeekNight with Ola Bini – Core Developer of JRuby – 25 May

ThoughtWorks Pune invites all developers to their latest GeekNight tomorrow at 6:30pm. GeekNight is a series of a talks about cutting edge technology, where you also get to meet like-minded geeks. This GeekNight features a talk “JRuby for the win” by JRuby Core Developer Ola Bini. JRuby is an implementation of Ruby for the JVM. […]

What I like about Rails3 by Gautam Rege

(This article by Gautam Rege is based on a talk he gave at Techweekend #8. It was first published on the Josh Software blog, and is reproduced here with permission.) This is NOT a post about differences between Rails 2.x and Rails 3 but these are some musings about what I love in Rails. A […]