May 22, 2007
#rails-contrib and rubyonrails-stacks
RailsConf gave birth to a number of new outlets for sub-communities within the Rails family:</p><p>#rails-contrib is a new IRC channel on freenode for contributors to Rails. The Rails core team...
May 22, 2007
Taking expirations out of caching
It’s been said that the two last hard problems in programming are naming things and expiring caches. The first is going to be hard to sidestep entirely, but what if...
May 14, 2007
Hi, I'm Ruby on Rails...
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May 11, 2007
Capistrano 2.0 Preview 2
The upcoming Capistrano 2.0 release continues to evolve! Remote administration of single servers and server clusters has never been easier. With Capistrano, you can: Deploy web applications with a single...
May 7, 2007
Ruby and Rails continues book bonanza
O’Reilly has analyzed the book sales once again. Here are the juicy bits about Ruby and Rails books:In the Web design and development area, it’s worth noting that Ruby on...
May 2, 2007
Slingshot goes public
Joyent’s Slingshot technology for creating offline-capable Rails applications has gone public. They’re even doing a competition to celebrate: The best ports of various open source Rails applications can win a...
April 26, 2007
Ostrava on Rails 2007
The first Czech Ruby on Rails conference is coming to Ostrava this summer: mark your calendar for June 22-23. Talks are in English and registration is open now!
April 25, 2007
Capistrano 2.0 Preview 1
Capistrano 2.0 Preview 1 is now available for installing and testing:gem install -s capistrano(It’ll show up as version 1.99.0; the 1.99.x series will be used as the preview releases...
April 14, 2007
RailsConf Keynotes and Fourth Track
We’re putting the finishing touches on the RailsConf 2007 schedule this week. Given the huge number of high quality proposals (well over 3 times the number from last year), we’re...
April 2, 2007
Javascriptian REST
Eric Mill went ahead and created Jester, a library that lets you manipulate your Rails-style resources with javascript models. I think it’s great that we’re seeing implementations in other languages....