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List test message & intro

List test message & intro

From:
Philip Kobernik
Date:
2010-11-02 @ 22:06
Hey yall,

This is a test of the list as well as my intro.

I am a web developer who has experience with a variety of languages and
intermediate knowledge of programming theory. I can hack php, javascript,
java, and c#, but I don't have experience with creating web applications.

I studied business/IS at UW, but the IS program barely touched on any
technical content. My technical knowledge is largely self-taught.

Have been in Seattle for 5 years-- love the city for its weather, music
scene, cuisine, and people. Am interested in getting more involved in the
Tech Startup community and figured this was a decent way to meet like-minded
folks who were interested in network benefits of group-learning.

If anyone else wants to introduce themselves, see if you can do it by
replying to this message.

The plan is still on to meet at Cafe Racer on Thursday-- 7pm. We'll be going
over the first chapter-- discussing IDEs and probably the merits of
developing on local host or web host. Bring the laptop. It'll be casual. Bar
w/ ID.

http://www.philiptoday.com/tomorrow/2010/10/ruby-on-rails-beginners-book-club/

See ya thursday.

-- 
Philip Kobernik
ph: 206.553.9785
w: philiptoday.com

Re: [ror.book.club] List test message & intro

From:
Ted Neward
Date:
2010-11-03 @ 02:57
Hey, Philip. This is to confirm that the list test worked, and that your
story is kinda familiar-most of what I know is self-taught, too. I graduated
from Univ of California Davis with a Bachelor of Arts in International
Relations. (Want me to explain why nations go to war? ;-) )

 

I can't make it to the first meeting, but I'll try to make successive ones.
I have a number of good friends who are neck-deep in the Rails community, so
if we run into issues we can't answer, I'm happy to forward them on for what
I would hope would be an authoritative answer.

 

Most of those same friends just use a text editor rather than an IDE, and I
would suggest in the beginning to just use localhost, and worry about
deploying to a web host later. Easier setup, easier to bounce the server
when necessary, and closer to what developers do in the real world anyway.

 

Ted Neward

Java, .NET, XML Services

Consulting, Teaching, Speaking, Writing

http://www.tedneward.com

 

 

From: ror.book.club@librelist.com [mailto:ror.book.club@librelist.com] On
Behalf Of Philip Kobernik
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 3:06 PM
To: ror.book.club@librelist.com
Subject: [ror.book.club] List test message & intro

 

Hey yall,

 

This is a test of the list as well as my intro.

 

I am a web developer who has experience with a variety of languages and
intermediate knowledge of programming theory. I can hack php, javascript,
java, and c#, but I don't have experience with creating web applications.

 

I studied business/IS at UW, but the IS program barely touched on any
technical content. My technical knowledge is largely self-taught.

 

Have been in Seattle for 5 years-- love the city for its weather, music
scene, cuisine, and people. Am interested in getting more involved in the
Tech Startup community and figured this was a decent way to meet like-minded
folks who were interested in network benefits of group-learning.

 

If anyone else wants to introduce themselves, see if you can do it by
replying to this message.

 

The plan is still on to meet at Cafe Racer on Thursday-- 7pm. We'll be going
over the first chapter-- discussing IDEs and probably the merits of
developing on local host or web host. Bring the laptop. It'll be casual. Bar
w/ ID.

 

http://www.philiptoday.com/tomorrow/2010/10/ruby-on-rails-beginners-book-clu
b/

 

See ya thursday.

 

-- 
Philip Kobernik

ph: 206.553.9785

w: philiptoday.com