TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night Returns February 12, 2008

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Tuesday, February 12 marks the return of the monthly TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night, an evening of informative presentations on innovative products being built using Ruby on Rails. Toronto-based software development company TSOT Inc. hosts the monthly event at their new developer office, and has received a tremendous response from the first Project Night in January. February's TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night offers another unique opportunity for the tech community to gather Toronto's programming elite, and learn about exciting new developments in Ruby on Rails.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008 marks the return of the TSOT Ruby on Rails project night, which promises to be another unique opportunity for Toronto's programming community. The January premier of TSOT's Project Night was a tremendous success, and the company will be hosting the monthly event every second Tuesday of the month at their downtown Toronto development office. This month, TSOT will offer an evening of presentations from some of Toronto's key developers in Ruby and Ruby on Rails, which promises to deliver another memorable event for Toronto's tech community.

February's TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night will feature several presentations, offering a variety of information and insight into working with Ruby on Rails. TSOT's own Joey deVilla will kick off the evening as the resident MC, followed by introductory presenter Rowan Hick who will discuss "How to avoid hanging yourself in Rails" (or optimising your ActiveRecord associations). Feature presenters for the evening include Mike Bowler and Steve Vetzal, who will explore EasyBrandingTools.com; and Luke Galea on the CRMS (Clinical Research Management System) from Medical Decision Logic, an application used to manage drug and procedure trials at the some of the biggest hospitals in the US. In response to the level of interest in technical content as well as the popularity of the Q&A sessions, February's event will delve further into programming and development behind the applications, with lots of time allotted for audience inquiry.

The February TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night will take place Tuesday, February 12, and is expected to be another great event for Toronto's programming community. This event is free but space is limited; if you are interested in attending, please reserve your spot by emailing corina.newby@tsotinc.com. If you are interested in presenting at a future event or learning more about TSOT Inc., please contact Corina at (416) 908-6082. February's TSOT Ruby on Rails Project Night will offer another great opportunity to gather with Toronto's technology crowd and learn about exciting new developments in Ruby on Rails.

For a demo of their products 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, and provides software solutions that enable greater online participation and interaction. Drawing from years of programming experience and using the most advanced development tools, TSOT is committed to the growth of private, secure, integrated online networks.

Corina Newby
pr @ tsotinc.com


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