[GNHLUG] [Ruby SIG] November Meetup: (Geo)Spatial Programming

Brian Turnbull public at brianturnbull.com
Wed Nov 10 15:10:03 EST 2010

Join us at 7pm on Monday, November 15th at the NH-ICC building for the regular monthly meetup of NHRuby. This month, we have New Hampshire’s newest resident rubyist, Peter Jackson, presenting “Introduction to (Geo)Spatial Programming”.

Location-based applications are everywhere, yet most modern Rubyists haven’t ventured far beyond superimposing a few locations on a Google Map. In this talk, the Rubyist will learn about the many spatial programming possibilities within the Ruby landscape, including non-location-based applications, geographic applications using custom imagery, answering difficult questions using spatial queries, Moving Beyond the Dot-On-The-Map, and how to get started with Geospatial Programming today.

About Peter Jackson

Peter Jackson is Managing Director at Intridea. He has been building and delivering web and mobile-based solutions since 1995. His technical passions include geospatial programming, the VoteFu Rails plug-in, anything to do with jQuery, and the fanatical removal of cruft. Find him on twitter at @peteonrails or read his blog: http://blog.peteonrails.com

Directions to NH-ICC

You can find detailed directions on the NH-ICC site [1] or use Google Maps [2]

[1] http://www.nh-icc.org/about-nh-icc/directions/
[2] http://maps.google.com/maps?q=75+Rochester+Avenue+Portsmouth+NH

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