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Posted about 6 years ago by Matt Aimonetti
Ruby and Cocoa on OS X, the iPhone, and the Device That Shall Not Be Named
Posted about 6 years ago by Konstantin Haase, Alan Harris
Take advantage of Sinatra, the Ruby-based web application library and domain-specific language used by GitHub, LinkedIn, Engine Yard, and other prominent organizations. With this concise book, you will quickly gain working knowledge of Sinatra and its minimalist approach to building both standalone and modular web applications.
Posted about 6 years ago by Aslak Hellesoy, Matt Wynne
Your customers want rock-solid, bug-free software that does exactly what they expect it to do. Yet they can't always articulate their ideas clearly enough for you to turn them into code. The Cucumber Book dives straight into the core of the ... [More] problem: communication between people. Cucumber saves the day; it's a testing, communication, and requirements tool - all rolled into one. [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by Masatoshi Seki
Learn from legendary Japanese Ruby hacker Masatoshi Seki in this first English-language book on his own Distributed Ruby library. You'll find out about distributed computing, advanced Ruby concepts and techniques, and the philosophy of the Ruby way---straight from the source.
Posted about 6 years ago by David B. Copeland
Speak directly to your system. With its simple commands, flags, and parameters, a well-formed command-line application is the quickest way to automate a backup, a build, or a deployment and simplify your life.
Posted about 6 years ago by John Athayde, Bruce Williams
Working in the View layer requires a breadth of knowledge and attention to detail unlike anywhere else in Rails. One wrong move can result in brittle, complex views that stop future development in its tracks. This book will help you break free from ... [More] tangles of logic and markup in your views as you pick up the practical skills you need to implement your user interface cleanly and maintainably. [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by Chad Fowler
Thousands of developers have used the first edition of Rails Recipes to solve problems known to stop even experienced programmers in their tracks. Now, five years later with Rails 3.1 released, it's time for a new edition of this tested collection of solutions, completely revised by Rails master Chad Fowler.
Posted about 6 years ago by Nat Torkington
Chanko (Github) -- trivial A/B testing from within Rails. OpenMeetings -- Apache project for audio/video conferencing, screen sharing, whiteboard, calendar, and other groupware features. Low Innovation Internet (Wired) -- I disagree, I think this ... [More] is a Louis CK Nobody's Happy moment. We renormalize after change and become blind to the amazing things we're surrounded by. Hundreds of thousands (millions?)... [Less]
Posted about 6 years ago by Kerry Butson
Versatile instructor and utility player Elisabeth Robson joins OST faculty.
Posted about 6 years ago by Andy Oram
Sau Sheong Chang describes the intriguing projects in his upcoming book, "Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby" and how other people can develop their own experiments.