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Recently I posted to ask what’s a good beginner programmer’s book, and I haven’t gotten any immediate response. Now I know that the post hasn’t had time to gestate, but usually from prior posts I do get responses first day. Ultimately, I think that the reason I’m not getting feedback is because some people are self-taught, and dug through the code and uncovered answers for themselves, some people are class taught, having great instructors that made the information make sense, and not many people ...
Reading the news that Ruby.NET is dead although doesn't feel the best thing to hear, is still logical, and more explicitly it's even "right". After all, it reminded me with the other story about the death of AJAX.NET Professional. I wrote a detailed take on that earlier (in my former blog) and although you might consider this spamming, I feel the same talk needs to be brought back into conversation, because I feel like I want to say the same things, so, I'm quoting it entirely here in this blog. ...
In this show, we talk to Adam Esterline and Chris Ortman about Ruby technologies, testing, and Agile/XP. Check it out to learn more about these guys and a few of their favorite projects. Listen to Adam and Chris talk about Testing! Technorati tags: HDC, Agile, Testing, XP, Ruby ...
I'm honored to be speaking at eRubyCon this year - more on Josh Holmes Blog... Technorati tags: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Silverlight, eRubyCon, DLR ...