May 17, 2005
Mashing up a Rails app with Google Maps
ListSomething.com can help you find a place to live and does so by running Ruby on Rails with a hook into Google Maps. It’s pretty neat. Remixing it, baby.
May 17, 2005
Rails job for Hollywood streaming application
Now don’t tell me there’s no glitz or glamour working with Rails. Tom Wolf from World of Wonder is looking to hire a Rails programmer to build a video delivery...
May 16, 2005
Learn Portuguese from a Rails application
Tim Case has recently launched theVerbalizer. It’s a learning tool for getting into Portuguese using a method of remembering verbs as the prime driver. Very cool stuff. Especially so for...
May 16, 2005
Rails article in Infoweek.ch (German)
Jens-Christian Fischer has written an article about Ruby on Rails for Infoweek.ch and they’ve granted him permission to distribute the PDF of it from his blog. It’s all in German,...
May 15, 2005
Three open Rails positions
It’s a great time to have skills with Ruby on Rails. People are dying to hire you: Illanti Industries: Canadian Development company looking for a junior-intermediate RoR developer (read: inexpensive)...
May 6, 2005
Hiring a Rails developer for northern Germany
Norman Timmler from inlet media e.K. is looking for a Rails developer in northern Germany:I’m starting a another project for one of my customers and need somequalified RoR assistance. If...
May 4, 2005
Backpack brings Ajax into Rails
Backpack is the third application from 37signals that’s now available online. Just like Basecamp came birth to Rails itself, Ta-da drove great features like caching, Backpack has been the main...
May 4, 2005
Hiring a Rails developer for Brisbane, Australia
Dan Sketcher from Tangelix is looking for a Rails developer to help them build a book engine down under:We’re looking for someone in Brisbane, Australia who’s keen on Rails and...
May 1, 2005
habtm.com: It\'s all about code
Courtenay is blogging about Rails at habtm.com (awesome domain name, geek points for spotting the connection). Lots of people are blogging about Rails, though, and I welcome them all. What’s...
May 1, 2005
Typo 2.0 is out in force
It took me a week, but dammit, I’ll trout the horn of fanfare none the less: Typo 2.0 is out! Typo is that little weblogging engine that Tobias started while...