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a conference management web application

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Articles tagged with 'programming'

Social area networking please

I want to use existing Bonjour-aware tools among an ad-hoc group of people

We're all ops people now

Five years ago, would you have been managing terabits and arrays of distributed services?

Collecting minimal user information

Asking for too much information from users is a barrier to participation. So, we invented a way to make sure that users only get asked for as much as we need to know.

Why Bazaar rocks, and the highs and lows of its use with Rails

Mark Shuttleworth writes about the importance of merging in version control systems.

Really really getting the testing religion

A short explanation of how I can't live without tests any longer.

In search of agile infrastructure for web applications

Many advances have been made in agile programming frameworks, enabling a reduction in the amount of code that needs to be written. But what about agile system infrastructure for web applications?

Firebug: neutralizes nasty niffs

Firebug is an essential addition to any web developer's arsenal: finally a single place to discover those coding errors so politely ignored by your web browser.

Why Rails?

When I moved my blog to Rails from Zope, I was asked why. This is a brief explanation.

Rails, Bazaar and SwitchTower

A module for SwitchTower so you can deploy your Rails applications using Bazaar.

Planning programming projects

Musings on managing programmers, prompted by a post from John Cowan.
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