July 4, 2005
\'You\'re probably sick of hearing this\'
Luke Sutton can’t help but share his recent discovery:OK look, I don’t wanna seem like a total fan-boy and I know the hype has been almost too much. I know...
July 4, 2005
Rails Day winners have been found
The 24 hours allotted to create an interesting Rails application from scratch yielded a ton of create entries to Rails Day. The three winners have now been declared, along with...
July 2, 2005
'Agile development seems natural'
Joe O’Brien is teaching Ruby on Rails to the consultants at his company and is especially enjoying how the language and framework two-pack makes agile development so natural:Ruby and Rails...
July 1, 2005
Ruby on Rails running on a Zaurus PDA
From our Japanese friends comes a great series of pictures showing Ruby on Rails running on the Zaurus PDA! Rails has gone mobile, baby. That’s pretty darn cool. In a...
July 1, 2005
Rico does scrolling table on top of Prototype
Sam Stephenson and I met the Sabre team at the O’Reilly/Adaptive Path Ajax Summit a few months back. Their presentation of a scrolling table was part of their very nice...
June 30, 2005
'Rails is one of those economy changing tools'
Pelle from Stake Ventures augments Joe Kraus’ It’s a great time to be an entrepreneur with the notion that on top of cheaper hardware and free infrastructure, we also have...
June 30, 2005
Ruby on Rails making inroads in corporate America
Bank of America must surely be the archetypical corporate America company. The kind that puts the e, n, t, e, r, p, r, i, s, and e in Enterprise. Ruby...
June 30, 2005
Going from ColdFusion to Ruby on Rails
Michael Buffington from Adaptive Path talks about his experience going from ColdFusion to Ruby on Rails. Here’s a choice bit:I’d say it took me less than 10 hours to build...
June 30, 2005
Two more Rails jobs: C3 MediaGroup, Sprout
Another set of companies looking to hook up with Rails developers: C3 MediaGroup: Looking for e-commerce web app development and OOP/Ruby/Rails experience to develop an ecommerce component for our site...
June 28, 2005
ASP.NET vs Rails analysis from a veteran
On a the topic of ASP.NET vs Ruby on Rails on the ruby-talk mailing list, Christian Romney wrote a long analysis over his experience with the two. Here’s my choice...