TSOT, Inc. Presents Fourth TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night April 8th

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Tuesday April 8th, TSOT hosts another installment of their monthly Ruby on Rails Project Night for the Toronto tech community. The highly anticipated event will be the fourth of its kind for TSOT, Inc., local developer of scalable peer production networks, and the company has seen a great turn out from Toronto's tech elite. Doors open at 5:30pm and presentations begin at 6:00pm. This event is free but space is limited; please reserve your spot by emailing corina.newby(at)tsotinc.com.

This Tuesday April 8th, TSOT hosts another installment of their monthly Ruby on Rails Project Night for the Toronto tech community. The highly anticipated event will be the fourth of its kind for TSOT, Inc., local developer of scalable peer production networks, and the company has seen great support from Toronto's tech elite. Featuring dynamic presentations on a variety of new projects, the TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night delivers a unique opportunity for the Toronto programming community to interact and collaborate on the leading edge of Ruby/Rails development.

This month's TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night brings insightful presentations from top Toronto developers, including both core concepts and new ideas being built in Ruby on Rails. Mike Bowler, president of Gargoyle Software, will begin with a Ruby core class on meta-programming as he looks at "Diving into meta-programming with Date.once". Next, Kristan Uccello will examine the architecture and design of the Domainer.com platform through his presentation, "Web Development Demons: Why it can be hard to do something simple". Finally, TSOT is pleased to welcome Id`Inc. co-founder and CEO Leila Boujnane, who will discuss Id`Inc.'s highly successful image search APIs. TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night presentations are geared towards the technical expertise of the audience and offer the opportunity for guests to ask questions, share solutions, and discuss the challenges associated with each of these dynamic projects.

The fourth TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night takes place next Tuesday April 8th, 2008 at the TSOT development office at 151 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Thank you to Morph Labs and Morph eXchange, our official drink sponsor for April's event. Doors open at 5:30pm for food and drinks, and presentations begin at 6:00pm. This event is free but space is limited; please reserve your spot by emailing corina.newby(at)tsotinc.com. If you would like to submit a presentation idea or learn about sponsorship opportunities at future TSOT events, please contact Corina at (416) 908-6082.

About TSOT Inc.:
TSOT, Inc. builds 'Peer Production Networks' which enable greater productivity through increased employee involvement. Mixing business tools with Rich Internet Applications, PPNs help to improve the employee collaboration process by centralizing and archiving all company communications, and making them accessible in a real-time, online environment.

About Morph Labs:
Morph Labs is the leading enabler of Software as a Service (SaaS) that leverages virtual infrastructure and open source technologies to simplify deployment, delivery and management of web based applications. The Morph eXchange brings together developers and businesses to explore opportunities and innovate together. For more details about Morph Exchange please visit http://www.morphexchange.com, or visit the corporate web site at http://www.mor.ph.

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Corina Newby
TSOT Inc.
151 Bloor St. West, Suite 1130
Toronto, ON M5S 1S4
Phone: (416) 644-1497
http://www.tsotinc.com
pr(at)tsotinc.com

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