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Jelly In Boston

 

 

 

Hi! Jelly in Boston has taken off, and needs your help to keep it going strong. It is held twice a month at Luke Crawford's place in Cambridge. Space is (semi-) limited. Come by!

 

  • When: 9:30 am to whenever, The 1st + 3rd Mondays of the month.
  • Where: 238 Prospect St #2, Cambridge. Between Inman + Central Squares. Google Map
  • Directions: I take the Red line on the T to Central + walk up Prospect a bit.
  • Parking: On-street parking requires a Cambridge parking pass.
  • Slots: 7 people is about right, +/-

 

Tentative - Jelly in Somerville

Hi, Shimon Rura here. I'd like to host Jelly, on a schedule TBD and different from Luke's, at my place in Somerville near Teele Sq (20min walk from Davis T). If you'd be interested in coming, email shimon@rura.org.

 

Any Jellies planned for March in Boston?

Sounds like a neat idea, but I don't see anything scheduled... any one planning on hosting a Jelly? My name is Cory, and I'll be working on a showcase of web design work that was done in Boston at http://www.byfolio.com. Email cory@byfolio.com.

 

Upcoming

Please sign up with your name, a link to your site, and and idea of what you'll be doing.

 

 

Is the Boston Jelly Still Active?

 

 

 

It seems this page has not been mantained in a while. I live in the Boston area (Marlborough, MA). If the Jellys in Boston start again, let me know. I can drive there some days. Alternatively, you are all welcome to work at my house/workplace (if you are willing to drive). Jose Anes jose@aneshome

 

 

I am looking around in boston - june 2008 - glummie@gmail.com - I work online in music industry and am sick of my appartment - thanks tim.

I'll be working in Boston for the day on Friday if anyone is planning a Jelly near Porter Square or a location otherwise easy to get to -Sue

 

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Past

When Jellies are over we archive them down here.

 

17 Dec 2007

1. luke crawford Ruby on Rails web application design + development for Joyent

2. julia west Rails development

3. Basil Crow, Support for Joyent

4. Ryan Norbauer Rails, drafting my next article for 43folders- I was, alas, up all night working on last-minute-holiday-rush fulfillment stuff for RubyRags, so I'm going have to catch you guys in January. apologies.

5. Andrea Mercado blog work for the PLA Blog and my blog.

 

3 Dec 2007

1. luke crawford Ruby on Rails web application design + development

2. julia west Rails development

3. Joshua Blankenship unfinished personal projects of an illustration, front-end, & community aspect Apologies, rough weekend

4. Mike Sokol Experimental flash interface for the Wii Remote

5. Gerald Jimenez finalizing the design and prototype of my senior degree project.

6. Brent Newey (no site - yeah I'm awesome) Freelance developer and entrepreneur - Currently: Ruby on Rails, PHP, Java, ASP.NET

 

19 Nov 2007

1. luke crawford Ruby on Rails web application design + development

2. julia west Rails development

3. Bryan Person - work for my day job.

4. Jack Hodgson - webdev and bizdev

5.. Julia Freakin' Roy- social networking and outreaching--> like a rockstar, complete with dance moves and funny faces.

6. David Fisher- working with Jazkarta, and my other various ventures. Marketing, bizdev, management, etc.

7. Todd Pinkerton -- rails dev and networking (the people kind, not the interweb kind)

(Deborah Block-Schwenk -- not making it today. Took my name off the list. Some other time. Have fun and be productive.)

Jack Hodgson -- Sorry I couldn't make it today. I was overcome, without warning, by a client catastrophe. They required full-time hand-holding. I'll be watching for a space in a future Jelly edition.

 

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5 Nov 2007

1. luke crawford Ruby on Rails web application design + development

2. julia west Rails development

Notes: Well, the inaugural Jelly in Boston was pretty radical. My laptop wouldn't boot for a while but then it did. I worked on some awesome top-secret automation software for my company, Joyent, and Julia worked on some mad OX X / ruby / testing fu.