Category Archives: Ruby

13 aug

HTML Abstraction Markup Language – Haml

***, Architecture, DIY, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Ruby, Ruby on Rails

You would think that the evolution of HTML is heading towards HTML5 and you would be thinking correctly. But there is another trend that Many, if not Most Web Programmers barely even scratch the surface of. HTML is a very … Continue reading

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27 jun

Develop in MVC, From a CMS

***, .NET MVC, Architecture, CakePHP, Internet, Microsoft, Ruby on Rails

You have to develop a website application, you have 5 days to do it, and you want to keep the potential of expansible object orientation without having to tie together too many abstract frameworks together, what do you do? Why … Continue reading

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25 feb

CEO Friday: Why Not to Hire C# Developers

***, .NET MVC, C++, ColdFusion, Entertainment, Java, Linux, Microsoft, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby, Windows

Hold on just a second. These are not my words. Exactly two years ago, this post came out, explaining why over at Expensify, they do not hire C# Programmers. Not because they were not talented, not because they are Microsoft … Continue reading

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29 aug

.NET MVC4 Released, Popular, Rapidly Dominating

***, .NET MVC, CakePHP, Internet, Java, Microsoft, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Windows

If anything, Microsoft is big on consistency and adopting to new technologies, no matter how long it takes. 6 Years after Ruby on Rails was first introduced (2005), Microsoft has released a true MVC framework .NET MVC3 which took center … Continue reading

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10 apr

Screen Sharing, What about Shell Sharing

***, Android, DIY, Electronics, Hacking, Internet, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Mac, Mobility, Programming, Ruby, Windows

Screen sharing is incredibly popular and often used to solve technical issues, do presentations, and share visuals that you simply cannot do remotely. There are huge companies and products such as GoToMeeting, LiveLOOK, Skype, Adobe, and so many more. Often … Continue reading

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21 feb

Sublime Text Editor – The Best Ever?

C++, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Java, JavaScript, Linux, Mac, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Windows

Text Editors are extremely important to the web developer. And it’s important for programmers, specifically web programmers to be well versed in all Windows, Mac, and Linux environments. It’s also very easy to get stuck on one particular environment, where … Continue reading

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11 jul

Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails @ChrisPirillo

HTML5/CSS3, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby on Rails

Haha, Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo owner of http://www.lockergnome.com/) puts it pretty perfectly when he analyzes Aptana Studio. Listen to this guy, seriously. I’ve recently been using Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails development. Funny how Chris also uses PSPad, that’s my … Continue reading

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6 jul

Want the Rails Experience, for ColdFusion?

CakePHP, cfwheels, Ruby on Rails

I’m now working with ColdFusion again on a major project of mine. People may ask, why ColdFusion? Actually I hear that a lot. The truth of the matter is that ColdFusion is still very real, it’s being used all over … Continue reading

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22 jun

Learn Object Oriented PHP / Ruby

CakePHP, Java, Ruby on Rails

When people hear about Object Oriented Programming, often they think of Java. Well, it’s all over the place, especially PHP. As projects grow throughout website development and application design, they tend to get more complex, repetitive, and often times, tedious. … Continue reading

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21 jun

Try out a Ruby Stack on Windows / Mac / Linux

HTML5/CSS3, Internet, JavaScript, Linux, Mac, Ruby on Rails, Windows

Due to the size and growth of the internet, we’ve seen a stream of new developers join the ranks. HTML and JavaScript development is more popular than ever. I’d really like to see a study done on what percentage of … Continue reading

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