May 1, 2005
Seeing is believing, part 342
Tobias Luekte gave Medsphere where Todd Berman works a visit and quickly turned doubt into believing:Tobias, in one day, with rails was able to put together a webapp for us...
April 30, 2005
Fixing Ruby on OS X Tiger
Apple has done a great thing by including Ruby 1.8.2 in OS X 10.4, but unfortunately they stumbled just as they were to cross the finish line. Tiger has some...
April 30, 2005
"This era' true revolution in web development"
Phu Ly is a software developer working out of London that seems to quite fancy the Rails:Ruby on Rails has to be the one of the real breakthroughs in Web...
April 30, 2005
Kwartz 2.0 brings more templating choice to Rails
Kwartz is a templating system for Ruby built on the concept of Independence of Presentation Logic, which bans loops, conditions, and similar constructs from the template files themselves. Instead that...
April 28, 2005
Got design chops? lighttpd needs them!
A star is rising as an alternative, lighter-weight web server that doesn’t start with an A and ends with ‘pache. It’s called lighttpd and they actually maintain their FastCGI bindings,...
April 25, 2005
Rails job in Columbus, Ohio
Just spotted this mighty brief posting for a Rails position in Columbus, Ohio on craigslist and thought I’d pass it along. It’s never been a better time to jump on...
April 25, 2005
5th Rails book announced (2nd from O'Reilly)
Robby Russell has announced his authorship of an upcoming book that’ll provide “… an in-depth look at RoR, how it works inside and out”. The book is to be published...
April 19, 2005
Rails 0.12.1: No major update without a bit of pain
There’s nothing like pushing a new major update in order to find bugs in the code when its exposed to a couple of hundred working applications. Thankfully the fixes were...
April 18, 2005
Rails 0.12.0: Eager associations, new Base.find API, assertions revisited, more Ajax!
The time had come to butcher the piggy-back query and introduce real association loading through outer joins. Behold, the glorious eager loading of associations that makes it silly easy to...
April 15, 2005
Rails Day: Make an application in 24 hours and win!
Since Rails is supposedly this über-productive bag of lightning bolts, you should be able to accomplish great things within a single clip of 24 hours, right? That’s the assumption Rails...