November 29, 2005
SwitchTower as an Automated Deployment Archetype
Mike Clark has written a provocative article entitled SwitchTower as an Automated Deployment Archetype in which he suggests that developers of all stripes ought to consider SwitchTower for their deployment...
November 29, 2005
Canada on Rails: Vancouver, April 13th
On top of the official RailsConf in Chicago in June, Rails developers are getting a second chance to get together and rejoice this year. Canada on Rails is a two-day...
November 27, 2005
RailsConf 2006: June 22-25, Chicago
The long-rumoured RailsConf is a reality. We’ve just launched the website and finally announced the dates and place. It’s going down in the lovely Chicago Summer on June 22nd through...
November 27, 2005
Write an article on Rails for .net
I got this pitch from UK magazine .net:.net, the UK’s leading internet magazine, is looking for Ruby on Rails experts to contribute to articles and tutorials. Please get in touch...
November 25, 2005
Penny Arcade is serving up the funny from Rails
Penny Arcade has been a personal long-time favorite, so I’m delighted to hear that their latest redesign features a backend that’s entirely done in Rails. Woop. Gabe, who’s obviously not...
November 25, 2005
Play Othello against Rails on Rails!
Squeegy built this great little Othello clone in Rails and called it Railthello. Can you beat the AI?
November 25, 2005
Hungary on Rails
www.rubyonrails.hu is a new community site for the Hungarian Railers. It contains a translation of most of this site and its own blog among other things. Neato.
November 24, 2005
Chad does London (on Rails)
The honorable Mr. Chad Fowler is doing training for Ruby and Rails in London under the Skills Matter banner. Starting on February 14th and continuing all the way to the...
November 24, 2005
Talking Rails in London in February
The Future of Web Apps is a Summit penned for London in February where people from various parts of the industry will met to talk about.. well.. The FUTURE!And so...
November 24, 2005
lighttpd 1.4.8 makes multiple apps per vhost easy
lighttpd 1.4.8 has added support for multiple Rails application on a single vhost. So its less painful to have /forum and /blog under the same domain. Rockin’