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WNY Ruby and Engine Yard or, the Little Ruby Group that Could

Engine Yard is dedicated to helping the Ruby and Rails community flourish as much as possible. This is never more apparent than when examining a case where a small Ruby group, suffering low attendance and attrition, came to Engine Yard for help…and Engine Yard came through. The Western New York Ruby Brigade was founded 5 years ago by a few folks who were adamant about Ruby and Rails who needed a way to share ideas with like minded individuals in and around Buffalo, NY. Made up of mostly independent contractors, the group would meet once a month to discuss topics and occasionally have presentations from one or two of the members. Unfortunately, the venue was always the same, on a college campus, sponsorship was nearly non-existent, and attendance ranged between 6 and 10 people every month. While some names were well known in the community, attendees would often only come fo...

Full article: http://www.engineyard.com/blog/2012/engine-yard-and-wnyru...

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