Ruby community in Armenia

Hello...I need some help.
I want to create community in Armenia. But Ruby is not popular here. Can
you tell me how to make people be interested in Ruby, please?

You can't really "make people be interested in Ruby", but you can find
(or create) opportunities to show them Ruby, and let them make up
their minds about it.

You can also try going to meetings of other languages (or programming
in general), and offering to demonstrate for them what makes Ruby
different. Maybe even show them getting a Rails app up (and
customized) very quickly.

Also, maybe there are people using it, but they're just not very
public about it. Posting here was a good first step, in case any
others near you read this list. You can also try organizing a Ruby
group on Meetup.com -- I'm assuming you've already looked for one
there and found none.

-Dave

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On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Albert Dadoyan <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello...I need some help.
I want to create community in Armenia. But Ruby is not popular here. Can you
tell me how to make people be interested in Ruby, please?

--
Dave Aronson, Software Development Consultant
The T. Rex of Codosaurus, LLC
(http://www.Codosaur.us)
What can we help you evolve today?

I had been looking for events about Ruby, but unfortunately, I didn't find
any.
I really want people in Armenia to begin to recognize Ruby.
Thank you for your answer, Dave.

···

1 Июн 2018 г. 1:02 пользователь "Dave Aronson" < ruby-talk.list.2.TRex@codosaur.us> написал:

On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Albert Dadoyan > <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello...I need some help.
> I want to create community in Armenia. But Ruby is not popular here. Can
you
> tell me how to make people be interested in Ruby, please?

You can't really "make people be interested in Ruby", but you can find
(or create) opportunities to show them Ruby, and let them make up
their minds about it.

You can also try going to meetings of other languages (or programming
in general), and offering to demonstrate for them what makes Ruby
different. Maybe even show them getting a Rails app up (and
customized) very quickly.

Also, maybe there are people using it, but they're just not very
public about it. Posting here was a good first step, in case any
others near you read this list. You can also try organizing a Ruby
group on Meetup.com -- I'm assuming you've already looked for one
there and found none.

-Dave

--
Dave Aronson, Software Development Consultant
The T. Rex of Codosaurus, LLC
(http://www.Codosaur.us)
What can we help you evolve today?

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If you can’t find any Ruby community around you.
The best thing to do is start it.

All you need is one or 2 friends to come on board with you.

Those other friends don’t need to know Ruby.

One of them can know HTML and CSS.
And the other can know JavaScript, with that you can already arrange a
gathering like every weekend or once a month to teach web development.
Depending on how much time you have.

It’s very easy, you just need to be determined and start. Of course you
also need a space but I bet you can find a space in a school or university
for free.

You wouldn’t know if you haven’t tried yet.

Good luck.

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On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 12:22 AM Albert Dadoyan <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

I had been looking for events about Ruby, but unfortunately, I didn't find
any.
I really want people in Armenia to begin to recognize Ruby.
Thank you for your answer, Dave.
1 Июн 2018 г. 1:02 пользователь "Dave Aronson" < > ruby-talk.list.2.TRex@codosaur.us> написал:

On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Albert Dadoyan >> <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello...I need some help.
> I want to create community in Armenia. But Ruby is not popular here.
Can you
> tell me how to make people be interested in Ruby, please?

You can't really "make people be interested in Ruby", but you can find
(or create) opportunities to show them Ruby, and let them make up
their minds about it.

You can also try going to meetings of other languages (or programming
in general), and offering to demonstrate for them what makes Ruby
different. Maybe even show them getting a Rails app up (and
customized) very quickly.

Also, maybe there are people using it, but they're just not very
public about it. Posting here was a good first step, in case any
others near you read this list. You can also try organizing a Ruby
group on Meetup.com -- I'm assuming you've already looked for one
there and found none.

-Dave

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The T. Rex of Codosaurus, LLC
(http://www.Codosaur.us)
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Thx

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1 Июн 2018 г. 1:29 пользователь "Mayowa Adewole" <adewolemayowa@gmail.com> написал:

If you can’t find any Ruby community around you.
The best thing to do is start it.

All you need is one or 2 friends to come on board with you.

Those other friends don’t need to know Ruby.

One of them can know HTML and CSS.
And the other can know JavaScript, with that you can already arrange a
gathering like every weekend or once a month to teach web development.
Depending on how much time you have.

It’s very easy, you just need to be determined and start. Of course you
also need a space but I bet you can find a space in a school or university
for free.

You wouldn’t know if you haven’t tried yet.

Good luck.

On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 12:22 AM Albert Dadoyan < > albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

I had been looking for events about Ruby, but unfortunately, I didn't
find any.
I really want people in Armenia to begin to recognize Ruby.
Thank you for your answer, Dave.
1 Июн 2018 г. 1:02 пользователь "Dave Aronson" <ruby-talk.list.2.TRex@ >> codosaur.us> написал:

On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 4:41 PM, Albert Dadoyan >>> <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello...I need some help.
> I want to create community in Armenia. But Ruby is not popular here.
Can you
> tell me how to make people be interested in Ruby, please?

You can't really "make people be interested in Ruby", but you can find
(or create) opportunities to show them Ruby, and let them make up
their minds about it.

You can also try going to meetings of other languages (or programming
in general), and offering to demonstrate for them what makes Ruby
different. Maybe even show them getting a Rails app up (and
customized) very quickly.

Also, maybe there are people using it, but they're just not very
public about it. Posting here was a good first step, in case any
others near you read this list. You can also try organizing a Ruby
group on Meetup.com -- I'm assuming you've already looked for one
there and found none.

-Dave

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The T. Rex of Codosaurus, LLC
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