North West Ruby User Group

What Does This Button Do?

Thursday 16th April 6:30pm at Federation House

This month at NWRUG, Jim Mackenzie is going to be talking about how developers do support at Basecamp, curiosity, friendship, and some techniques to make supporting a software project easier. Whether you are working with a dedicated support team, or answering emails yourself while writing code, there should be something useful for you. This month’s talk is kindly sponsored by Basecamp.

The speaker

Jim joined the Basecamp support crew in 2012, and introduced them to the correct spelling of favourite. He investigates bugs and writes little fixes, mostly in Ruby.

The schedule (Thursday 16th April)

  • 6:30pm - Doors open
  • 7:00pm - The talk; What does this button do?
  • After - To the pub for post-event socialising

The location

Federation House Federation Street, Manchester, M4 2AH.

About NWRUG events

Our events are free and open to anyone with an interest in Ruby, regardless of experience level. There is no need to register, just show up on the day! We want to keep NWRUG as welcoming and inclusive as possible so we ask that all attendies follow our Code of conduct. If you have any questions, get in touch.