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Dresden on Ruby

Ruby User Group Dresden

Events

There is no Event planned right now, the Usergroup usually meets every first Thursday of the month.

The next Ruby / Rails Meeting is supposed to be on April 06, 2017 19:00.

Past events

Topics

Do you want to give a Talk at the Ruby Usergroup or do you have additional Topics to talk about? Then send us an E-Mail or ping us on Twitter: @ruby_dresden

  • Martin Schrader
  • sgemkow

Usergroups need engaging People. If you think some Topic is missing, or you want to have more Infos on something, you are encouraged to add it to our Wishlist. If you have an Idea for a Talk or anything else add it here to get instant Feedback of the Ruby / Rails Community.

People

The Ruby Usergroup Dresden is a usergroup, group of interest or just a bunch of people loving Ruby. Get in contact with us at our next meetup! Newbees are always welcome.

  • Rico Schulz
  • Alex J. Ahraus
  • MartinKoerner
  • vinett GbR
  • Konstantin Silin
  • Daniel Grawunder
  • lixlix
  • Peter
  • Sören Mothes
  • Thelonius Kort
  • Daniel Möbius
  • Steve Reinke
  • Hendrik Sollich
  • Dunning-Kruger
  • skatscher
  • Sebastian Schmeck
  • Andreas Reischuck
  • sgemkow
  • Christian Mierich
  • Jesko Nordlohne
  • Josh whitaker
  • Peter Albert
  • ricma
  • hiekelf
  • Stefan Wienert
  • Jens Nauber
  • Stefan Bauckmeier
  • Ali Ismail
  • Dirk Sonnemann
  • Robert Kranz
  • Sandro Liebscher
  • synopia
  • Thomas Bachmann
  • Martin Schneider
  • Martin Schrader
  • monsieur-d
  • Pit Garbe
  • Chris585
  • Adrian Mörchen
  • Robert Peters
  • Felix Marx
  • Konrad Riedel
  • clirix
  • Martin Knopf
  • Sebastian Schmeck

Mailing List

The Mailinglist is a tool to just stay up-to-date or to even get involved in discussions. It is used to inform everyone about News via e-mail who signed up for it. Organizational, technical and other interesting topics are discussed and coordinated here. No ads - no dread.

Locations

This is the Locations our usergroup takes place usually.

A lot of the Members of the Ruby Usergroup are working there too and we love to see new faces around.

If you think that a Company is missing, send us an E-Mail or Direct-Message to @ruby_dresden