Local Ruby Meetup
We had the chance to give a talk in the local Ruby meetup which took place in Buenos Aires yesterday. It was a very nice experience, we felt comfortable and very well treated by our -now- colleagues! 🙂
We explained everything about our project and the Rails Girls Summer of Code campaign. Our ‘audience’ seemed very interested in what the project was about and how we were facing it. It was a very positive experience and now we feel more confident about giving other future talks.
You can see the slides from our presentation here.
Back to business
After the “talk experience” we went right back to our app. The first things we did was updating our repo documentation so anyone who’s interested in trying out our project on their computers have all they need to run it!
The Search Engine Era has just begun
We started working on the searching related features our application will need:
– Companies will add skill keywords from a list when they post a job offer.
– Developers will be able to search for jobs applying a filter with keywords.
Remember, you can always head to our GitHub repo to see how our project is doing. 🙂