February 13, 2005
Future Mail: Email yourself tomorrow!
Ben Sinclair has launched a pretty cool little application called FutureMail to email yourself at some specified time in the future to remind you about stuff. For people who use...
February 13, 2005
Rails application walk-through by Scott Baron
Scott Baron is walking through the process of creating an application “…used by a university cable television station to manage and generate schedules for their movie channels”. He’s doing it...
February 12, 2005
Florian Weber launches bellybutton.de
Hot on the heels of Snowdevil, Florian Weber has completed the work to relaunch German e-tailer of pregnancy.. uhm stuff.. bellybutton. The shop is part a CMS for the company...
February 10, 2005
Joe Agliozzo is looking for a Rails developer
Joe Agliozzo is looking to hire a Rails developer for a freelance project to work on an application that will “…allow users to post local restaurants, shops, attractions etc. to...
February 10, 2005
BARRA seeks Rails developer
MSCI Barra is looking for a developer that preferably is already up-to-speed with Ruby on Rails or at least interested in getting it. It’s pretty darn cool to see a...
February 8, 2005
The rise of lighttpd as the alternative web server
Apache has long appeared to be the only viable show in town for your Rails’ web serving needs when it comes to running a production system. Of course, there has...
February 2, 2005
Natural selection for frameworks in Ruby vs Java
Dion Almer is pondering the difference in how the Ruby and Java communities have dealt with natural selection in web-application frameworks. About Rails, he writes:There were various web frameworks available...
February 2, 2005
Snowdevil: First e-tailer on Rails
I’m proud to announce the launch of the first e-tailer to go life with Rails Inside: Snowdevil. Especially so because the team behind it has core contributor Tobias Luekte at...
February 2, 2005
When longer is better and more is more
The father of Java, James Gosling, is traveling the down under and has some.. erhm.. “interesting” thoughts on scripting languages. I’m getting these sound bytes from Alan Fracis’ summary of...
February 1, 2005
Address book tutorial in Portuguese
Learn how to build an address book using Rails. Or, learn to read Portuguese, then learn how to build that address book. Regardless of whether you need step two of...