For the last days, Mads and myself have been working hard on our RailsConf presentation Tuesday next week.
At the presentation we will introduce a Ruby on Rails plugin that can create the foundation for a local Rails app based on forms scraped from a remote application. In our case, an internal application used for timereporting in Capgemini.
My head is too ful of all the details in the presentation but fact is, that we’re running two trials on the presentation this Thursday the 13th in our Capgemini office in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Let me know if you are interested in hearing the presentation. Readers of this blog are welcome, but make sure to contact me or call me in advance if you like to participate.
Public test presentations Thursday Sept. 13th at 12.15 and 16.00 at the Capgemini office in Gentofte, Copenhagen Denmark. Call me in advance (+45 2373 6220) or via the contact form if you like to attend.
Railsconf Europe session info: Screenscraping as a Tool for Changing the (Legacy) World
Reform plugin website (where you can download presentation, submit bugs, checkout code, add documentation).
UPDATE 2007-09-18 with new URL to Reform plugin: reform.quickanddirty.dk (we moved to our Capgemini server for prototype projects: quickanddirty.dk )