Github Rocks! →
Use #chef to configure your #mac osx env →
#sysadmin : Automate your deployments with...
Simply the right tool for a small shop! We have been using and discovering chef for about a year now. And it is an awesome tool, but it has definitely been a challenge to learn. But the learning has been worth every penny, it is simply amazing what it does. Our focus has been around chef-solo, the command line client and it rocks. If you are tired of dealing with SysAdmin issues, check out...
Antipodean: Node.js chat server in CoffeeScript →
Get Started with #Ruby #Web #Code with Mercury
What is all the fuss about? Ruby? Want to find out, but don’t have the time to invest in learning a whole MVC framework, why not just try a little bit, without having to get in too deep? Sinatra is a great place to start, but if that too much to get started? Too low level? Try Mercury! Mercury is not a super high end and robust framework, but it is a small framework that makes it...
Chef Deploy Resource Documentation →
#code rails 2.3.6 released! →
Using Sass to make Semantic Grids →
#RabbitMQ and #ruby in the cloud! →
HTML websockets are amazing! →
Check out these demos, this service makes it super simple to implement in your rails app!
Google Predicts you will read this link! →
Great Article explaining closures in ruby! →
Weekend experience with #nodejs, @heroku,...
Since getting access to the nodejs private beta on heroku, I did the hello world app and it worked with no problems. I wanted to something a little more complicated, not much, but something to help me get more familiar with nodejs and the deployment platform on heroku. Ok, check out the code: http://gist.github.com/403128 This little app, takes the first word of the url and uses it to query...
How to get started with Node.js →
Want to start playing with node, here is a great repository of node projects that will help to give you some ideas of use cases.
JQuery Calendar Plugin →
Faker for Node.Js →
Chester 0.3.1 Micro Framework for #titanium...
Released 0.3.1 of the Chester Micro Framework Changes Locked down the API Enhanced the class name process Added alias for find method on base class started example application You can check out the example application at http://github.com/twilson63/Chester-Ti-Example Chester can also be used as a single page web app framework, we implemented an example using JQuery to manage the data...
RUBINIUS turns 1.0! Hopefully #heroku will add to... →
Insightful article from John Gruber on #apple and... →
Why we should pay attention to #nodejs →
"chester brew" #coffeescript and #HTML5
HTML 5 Offline storage is Awesome! We have been using Google Gears for almost a year, and I just can’t tell you how tight HTML 5 offline is with our testing so far! We implemented a full offline/online prototype app today. Using Chester a simple MVC framework that we have created for single page apps using coffeescript. This framework is awesome, #coffeescript is awesome, #jquery is...
GooglePad on the way! →
It was only a matter of time!
Mongo and ec2 320k ops →
Offline Cache explained in ENGLISH #html5 →
Great Article on Pair Programming →
Lesson learned at Redit →
Heroku is getting it done! →
If you have not deployed an app on Heroku, do it now! It is the future of hosting!
Good Article on What makes a great software... →
Padrino a Ruby web framework →
Great Article on Steak for #ruby and #rails →
Install Notes for Ruby Open Babel →
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