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Rails 1.1

Posted by Tue, 28 Mar 2006 22:22:00 GMT

Hooray! Rails 1.1 is out... which I currently have set as my cutoff for new features in Programming Rails. :-)

CRN called PLANET ARGON earlier to ask us what Rails 1.1 brings to our development efforts. Jeremy took the call … :-)

Read the article here… Ruby On Rails Framework Adds AJAX Tools In Major Updat

The Book Business 2.0

Posted by Tue, 28 Mar 2006 21:12:00 GMT

1 comment Latest by dgibbons Fri, 31 Mar 2006 04:07:23 GMT

I saw David pointing this blog entry out to Jeremy.

Some interesting discussion/debate between DHH and Tim O’Reilly. :-)

Links: Ruby on Rails in the news and it's still rolling along

Posted by Mon, 27 Mar 2006 22:12:00 GMT

3 comments Latest by Robby Russell Tue, 11 Apr 2006 14:29:10 GMT

Oh my! It seems that Ruby on Rails is getting more and more press…

With Rails getting so much attention, it’s becoming insanely difficult, albeit fun, to keep up with the wave of interest in our Ruby on Rails development services.

I got really excited when I saw this list of Ruby and Rails related books that are coming out this year… including mine. This is excellent news as we move further into 2006.

Andy Budd saw this coming in early December…

“2006 is going to see Ruby on Rails development take off in a big way, with Rails developers never short of work. There will be an increasing number of hosts offering Rails support, as well as a slew of new books on the subject.”

- Andy Budd

...and regardless of the Help Vampires out there… I love this community.

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Link: Rails for Designers

Posted by Tue, 21 Mar 2006 22:02:00 GMT

2 comments Latest by rca Wed, 26 Jul 2006 13:32:51 GMT

Kevin Clark has just posted, Rails for Designers, a blog entry that gives designers a nice intro into Ruby on Rails.

I’m reminded of a post by DHH last year titled Why are designers so excited about Rails?

Teach a HTML/CSS designer RHTML or Liquid... and some SVN… and you’re in business!

Canada on Rails: 50 seats left?

Posted by Sun, 19 Mar 2006 23:43:00 GMT

1 comment Latest by Nathaniel Mon, 20 Mar 2006 00:05:03 GMT

I just heard from Nathaniel Brown that there are only 50 seats left for Canada on Rails! Both Jeremy and I will be speaking there… and if you were not able to get tickets to RailsConf 2006 to see us speak… then you should head up to Canada.

I hope to see you there… :-)

Register Now!

Speaking at RailsConf 2006

Posted by Thu, 16 Mar 2006 22:24:00 GMT

1 comment Latest by Rick Martinez Fri, 17 Mar 2006 18:23:34 GMT

While talking to a client in our office this afternoon… I glanced at my email and it seems that I got accepted to speak at RailsConf 2006! About ten minutes later… Jeremy said that he also got accepted to speak at RailsConf!

We’re also speaking next month at Canada on Rails. :-)

The title of my talk is… “Sneaking Rails through the (legacy) System.”

How are we getting there? By train of course!

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