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Telecommuting Panel

Posted by Marty Haught on Nov 16, 2007Comments

We had a great time last night at the November Boulder Ruby Group meeting. Tony Arcieri started things off with a detailed talk on DistribuStream, an open source peercasting system he (and others) developed in Ruby. It looks pretty good and it’s amazing how few lines he needed in Ruby to get it done. Anthony Eden also paid us a surprise visit. He was in town doing some training with UCAR.

The second half of the meeting was the telecommuting panel. Originally this was going to just be a presentation by myself at the request of Alan Sobel. However, after posting his request to the list, Chris McMahon suggested we do a panel. Even though he lives in Durango, a seven hour drive across the mountains from Boulder, he was interested in driving up to our meeting to participate.

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