Threads are back in style
these days. If you were like me, a Java engineer getting into Ruby
couple years back, you probably would have seen your fair...
0 replies - 4689 views - 02/28/12 by Santosh Kumar in Articles
From the developer point of view, there are some tools involved in the source-to-deploy process
Source control management tools:...
0 replies - 5651 views - 02/16/12 by Carlos Sanchez in Articles
I magically turned into a Java developer last week for a bit when I had to do some integration with a SOAP based API
that really really wanted me to write...
1 replies - 5740 views - 02/10/12 by Gareth Rushgrove in Articles
This week I decided to take a look at JRuby,
which is a Java implementation of the Ruby interpreter. I’ve heard
great things about JRuby, but had never...
3 replies - 4941 views - 02/07/12 by Pat Shaughnessy in Articles
Graylog2 is an open-source self-hosted centralized log management
tool. Think of it as a do-it-yourself version of loggly.com, or perhaps a
1 replies - 8635 views - 02/05/12 by Joe Miller in Articles
No matter what kind of programming you are doing these days you
probably heard a lot about Smalltalk. And there is a reason for that.
Its influence on what...
3 replies - 4101 views - 02/02/12 by Victor Savkin in Articles
As discriminatory as this is going to sound, this one is for the
old-timers. If you started programming after the turn of the milennium, I
don’t know if...
15 replies - 12129 views - 01/26/12 by Ted Neward in Articles
(Warning some Ubuntu ranting ahead) apt-get install virtualbox-ose
apt-get install rubygems
gem install vagrantThat's what I assumed it would...
1 replies - 6238 views - 01/01/12 by Kris Buytaert in Articles
I was recently asked the question: Rails or Grails? I needed to
summarize the key differences and industry sentiment. This was my
response.Before I make...
15 replies - 29789 views - 12/16/11 by Brian O' Neill in Articles
One of my favorite subjects is comparing and contrasting tools and
frameworks available today. Python and Ruby are probably the big 2
4 replies - 15573 views - 12/16/11 by Jeff Dickey in Articles
Last Friday, we were all labbing again - the best day of the week.
I didn't have much time so I decided to try to produce a screencast that
1 replies - 5206 views - 12/07/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
RubyLearning is conducting a free, online JRuby 101 course – the first of its kind, on Google+ Some participants wanted an answer to their question “How do...
1 replies - 3636 views - 11/14/11 by Satish Talim in Articles
I’ve been really positive about Cloud Foundry, seeing it as doing the sort of things for PaaS that OpenStack
does for IaaS. If Cloud Foundry succeeds in...
1 replies - 6015 views - 11/08/11 by Ben Kepes in News
Sharing code with the community is a habit that every developer should have. Yes, it does take work to put it up on GitHub, and yes it does mean that you'll...
1 replies - 5507 views - 11/01/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Being a language geek I always try to write a library that will
exercise the language I’m trying to learn more about. You know,
something that will...
1 replies - 4738 views - 10/11/11 by Victor Savkin in Articles