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A Puppet Story: Systems Building Systems (automation at scale) - Andrew Clay Shafer
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

After years of automating systems with CFEngine, Luke Kanies, Puppet's primary author, had ideas about automation that he could not express with exist...

Dramatis: Actors for Ruby - Steven Parkes
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Multicores. Distributed web services. Clouds. Pick your favorite buzz word, but pretty much any way you slice it, it's concurrent programming: multipl...

Two Turntables And A Git Repo - Ben Bleything & Yossef Mendelssohn
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Over the last year, there has been a huge increase of interest in using Ruby to create and manipulate music. If you're interested but haven't been pa...

Introducing Red Sun - a Ruby to Flash bytecode translator and UI framework - Jonathan Branam
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Introduce Red Sun - A Ruby to Flash bytecode translator and UI framework that enables rapid development of a Flash SWF using Ruby idioms and capabilit...

Seattle.rb Rocks - Seattle Ruby Brigade
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Seattle.rb Rocks would cover a number of side projects developed by Seattle.rb members in a lightning-talk-like format. Individual presentations would...

Genetic Programming meets TDD - Larry Diehl
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

The themes of automatic and genetic programming will be explored in context of the Ruby programming language.

First automatic discovery of...

The Ruby Code Review. A Play in Three Acts - Joe O'Brien, Jim Weirich, Chris Nelson
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Sit in like a fly on the wall, while Jim Weirich and Joe O'Brien walk through a code review with the customer, Chris Nelson. The team has uncovered so...

Ruby Mendicant Project - Gregory Brown
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

The Ruby Mendicant project was at first meant as a joke. Who would be crazy enough to donate money to an individual developer to work on unspecified ...

Ruby 1.9: What to Expect - Sam Ruby
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Ruby 1.9.0 came out in December, but it will be a while before it is stable and major packages have been ported to it. In addition to new features, the...

Making Your Code CRAPpier: Applying Principles of Visual Design To Code - Michael Granger
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Code serves two purposes: the first is to instruct the computer to do something, of course, but the second is to communicate your intentions with othe...

Tap -[not] a talk about replacing rake - Simon Chiang
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

In this talk I will present a task application framework called Tap. Tap on the surface acts like a supercharged rake, with similar declaration syntax...

A wonderful, awful idea: ruby in the browser - Christopher Nelson
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

This talk is about the many paths towards getting ruby running in your web browser. I'll first talk about why this is even a good idea. I'll then talk...