June 20, 2008
Living on the Edge (or what's new in Edge Rails) #1 - API changes and PerformanceTests
As Gregg Pollack mentioned a week or so ago, I’ll be keeping a weekly-or-so column about noteworthy changes on edge Rails. This is the first time Living on the Edge...
June 18, 2008
Ruby Conferences and Tracks
There are several Ruby / Rails related conferences coming up in the next few months. Some of these are smaller regional conferences, and some of them are larger conferences which...
June 16, 2008
This Week in Rails (June 16, 2008)
This is the first edition of This Week in Rails. As announced by Gregg Pollack a few days ago, this weekly column will cover highlights from the Rails community. My...
June 13, 2008
Capistrano 2.4.0
Capistrano 2.4.0 is now available. Capistrano is the deployment tool of choice for many Rails programmers, but can be used for much more, allowing you to automate remote tasks using...
June 10, 2008
RailsConf Europe: Registration is open!
RailsConf Europe has opened the doors for registration. The conference is returning to Berlin, Germany from September 2nd through 4th. If you register before July 15th, you can save up...
June 10, 2008
Two New Weekly Columns
I’d like to introduce two new contributors to the Rails blog.First up is Chu Yeow. Chu has been putting together weekly Living on the Edge blog posts where he covers...
June 10, 2008
Free Rails 2.1 Book
If you’re eager to learn how to use all the new features in Rails 2.1, Carlos Brando just released a free book titled Ruby on Rails 2.1, What’s New?. You...
June 2, 2008
RubyEnRails 2008
RubyEnRails 2008 is a Dutch Rails conference happening on June 10th. They still have a few tickets left, so if you’re able to go, there’s still the option. Lots of...
June 2, 2008
RailsConf in 36 minutes
Gregg Pollack has made a great video with interviews of speakers and attendants at RailsConf as a way of giving people who weren’t there a taste of what it was...
June 1, 2008
Rails 2.1: Time zones, dirty, caching, gem dependencies, caching, etc
Rails 2.1 is now available for general consumption with all the features and fixes we’ve been putting in over the last six months since 2.0. This has been a huge...