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Ruby on Rails at IOD 2008


IBM’s Information on Demand 2008 kicks off in a few days. If you intend on participating, don’t forget to enroll now. For those of you who’ll be attending the event in Las Vegas, I recommend that you schedule in time to check out the session “Putting DB2 on Rails”. This session will be presented by my manager, Leon Katsnelson and my colleague Bradley Steinfeld, and will outline the importance of Ruby on Rails and its integration with one of the fastest DBMS in the world (DB2). The number of seats is limited and they’re getting snapped up like free beer, so act now and add this session to your agenda. The session id is TAD-2969A, and it will be held on Wednesday October 29th, between 3:15pm and 4:15pm.

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2 Responses to “Ruby on Rails at IOD 2008”

  1. Nuno Job says:

    Oh men. Being a coop sucks :( I want to see that..

    Maybe if some kind soul could mail me some powerpoints on it 😛

  2. Delivery of the Powerpoint slides can definitely be arranged, Nuno. 😉

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