Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 17, 2008
TSOT, Inc. celebrated the successful launch of their new monthly Ruby on Rails Project Night this past week, helping to establish the event within Toronto's programing community. As the creator of innovative social and professional networking solutions in Ruby on Rails, TSOT was pleased to have over 50 members of Toronto' 'tech elite' join them for the first of their monthly events aimed at the Ruby on Rails community. Given the success of the premier, TSOT will continue to hold monthly project nights with the next event planned for Tuesday February 12th, 2008.
The first of TSOT's new Ruby on Rails Project nights took place this past Tuesday January 8th at the company's new development office, in the heart of downtown Toronto. Due to early interest in the event and the presenters, TSOT's premier project night was host to a over 50 members of Toronto's tech community. A full room of various Toronto programmers, developers and members of the computer industry made for an evening of rich discussion and networking opportunities. TSOT had their own Joey deVilla as MC, along with presenters Andrew Burke, discussing his new project http://www.shindigital.com, as well as Hampton Caitlin who demonstrated http://www.ZipLocal.com and Mike Ferrier who reviewed his work on The Score's iphone.thescore.com. Attendees were pleased to see both the projects themselves as well as the Ruby on Rails framework used in their creation, and presenters were eager to have the opportunity to field questions from an enthusiastic audience.
The premier of TSOT's monthly Ruby on Rails Project Night was met with great success, and TSOT is committed to continuing to bring exciting and innovative events to Toronto's programming community. The next TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night will take place Tuesday February 12th, 2008 at 151 Bloor Street West in Toronto. Doors and refreshments will be at 5:30 p.m., with presentations beginning at 6:00-6:30 p.m. This event is free but space is limited: spots can be reserved by e-mailing corina.newby @ tsotinc.com or call (416) 908-6082 for more information. There is currently an open call for future presentations, and all Ruby, Ruby on Rails and Rails programmers are invited to contact TSOT if interested in participating in a future TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night.
For a demo or additional information about TSOT, Inc. contact Corina Newby or visit http://www.tsotinc.com.
About TSOT Inc.:
TSOT is the owner and manager of the innovative online applications FraternityLive and SororityLive. These applications are designed for the Greek community, helping chapters all over North America to stay organized and connected while maintaining the privacy and integrity of their network.
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