Articles tagged with 'rails'
I'm pleased to announce the release of Learning Rails, and its companion web site, Excursions on Rails
I couldn't make it to RailsConf this year, but have been playing my part from afar.
Using RSpec's Story runner to describe integration testing for Rails applications.
The guilty catch-up obligatory before continuing to blog further.
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.
A thoughtful and interesting piece on the gender gap in computing.
Mark Shuttleworth writes about the importance of merging in version control systems.
A short explanation of how I can't live without tests any longer.
An explanation of the way I use Rails and bzr for efficient deployment.
A little Capistrano rule that helps keep all your configuration in one place when using Rails with Apache and Ubuntu or Debian.
If you're not ready to run Apache 2.2, you can still load balance Rails Mongrel servers using Apache 2.0's mod_rewrite module.
Snippets from the RailsConf pre-conference day. Smart people and some half-baked ideas.
I'm headed out to RailsConf this Wednesday.
The point of PDF books isn't to throw away the paper ones, it's to get them delivered faster.
I've been on blogging hiatus for a long time, but here's some updates as to what I've been doing. XTech, MacBook, Debian, Rails.
I've just finished the initial selection of talks for XTech, we'll be publishing the full schedule in about a week's time.
Pointers to some tech conferences I'll be attending in the near future.
When I moved my blog to Rails from Zope, I was asked why. This is a brief explanation.
A module for SwitchTower so you can deploy your Rails applications using Bazaar.
A new weblog engine, a new design and a few new locations for things.
A roundup comment on open source tech matters from this month.