Tuesday, June 14, 2016

7:00 PM


9201 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • Aaron Sumner will talk about his recent exploration of Gosu, a 2D game library for Ruby.
    •Why would anyone write a game in Ruby?
    •How is game development different from writing web applications?
    •And where can I learn more about Ruby game development?
    Those are good questions; ones that will be answered in this presentation.

    We're also looking for someone to present for "Problem Space / Code Review". This is a new session that we did last month and I enjoyed it. I presented a solution I came up with for a problem/task I had at work and we discussed as a group alternative approaches and ways my solution could be improved. This doesn't have to be a problem/task from work and it doesn't even need to be solved yet.

    Doors will open at 6:30 and presentations will begin around 7:00.
    BalancePoint will be providing pizza and pop.
    Catch up on twitter, IRC, or Slack:
    #kcruby IRC channel on freenode
    kcruby on Slack (contact us about access or reach out on twitter)
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