March 11, 2005
'Broke down, saw the light, whatever you want to call it'
Rails is certainly going through rapid improvement. Marcel Molina used to joke on #rubyonrails that he was so busy refactoring his application to take advantage of all the new goodies...
March 11, 2005
ruby-lang.org is getting redesigned!
I’m exceedingly happy to see the rapid progress of the team appointed to redesign ruby-lang.org. The old website served us well, but this redesign is going to make it even...
March 11, 2005
Rolling on your on Ajax
While the extraction process is happening with pulling the Ajax abstractions that work out of Honey for inclusion in Rails, you might want to take a look at Dave Goodlad’s...
March 11, 2005
The story behind Rails at O'Reilly
Jason Fried from 37signals talks about the origins of Rails with Marc Hedlund from O’Reilly:Ruby on Rails is the open source web application framework we extracted from Basecamp. When we...
March 10, 2005
Rails developer with Java chops wanted
Jason Wong from ionami in San Francisco wants to hire a Rails developer with Java chops to help him through the transition from Java to Ruby on Rails:ionami is looking...
March 10, 2005
Swiss InfoWeek looking for Rails writers
Editor Andreas Ahlenstorf would like to print an article on Rails in the Swiss IT magazine InfoWeek:I’m looking for somebody who would like to write an article aboutRuby on Rails...
March 10, 2005
Collective Prose: Picture a coffee shop..
Vinu Murugesan just launched a Collective Prose. A pretty interesting application for experimenting with collaborative writing:Collective Prose is a place “where you can share your thoughts, learn new things, tell...
March 9, 2005
Let's Ajax, baby!
Just a heads-up. Honey, the next application from 37signals, is using a lot of Ajax techniques to get a spiffy and responsive interface. I’m already well underway in the process...
March 9, 2005
The power of readable metaprogramming
Oliver Steele is Chief Software Architect at Laszlo Systems and he’s digging into Ruby on Rails:During my last vacation it took about five lazy vacation days with Ruby on Rails...
March 9, 2005
Codepaste.org will rise from the ashes
Bruce Williams is promising the return of codepaste.org, which used to be the preferred paste site in #rubyonrails before it went away. For a long time. But now it’s coming...