2008-09-21 23:36:00 UTC
Chris Matthieu interviews one of Ruby's thought leaders, Avi Bryant. You may know him from Maglev or DabbleDB. Avi's good at pulling rabbits out of hats. I hope that you enjoy this podcast. For more information on Maglev visit http://maglev.gemstone.com or DabbleDB at http://dabbledb.com.
2008-09-13 12:28:00 UTC
Welcome back code monkeys! This week's cast covers Journeta (http://rubyforge.org/projects/journeta). Journeta is a zero-configuration-required, peer-to-peer (P2P) discovery and communications library for Ruby applications on closed networks, by OpenRain, LLC (http://OpenRain.com). This Ruby gem was written by and presented to the Phoenix Ruby user group (http://rubyaz.org) by Preston Lee, Founder and President of OpenRain (http://www.prestonlee.com/archives/336)
2008-08-24 21:59:00 UTC
Chris Matthieu interviewed Jay Phillips, the founder of the Adhearsion project. Adhearsion is an open source framework that, in simplest terms, improves the way the world writes "voice" applications. It rests above a popular open-source platform called Asterisk, abstracting its many pain points and domain complexity. This framework turns Ruby developers into telecom engineers. Jay's blog is http://jicksta.com/ and his project can be found at http://adhearsion.pbwiki.com/ or http://github.com/jicksta/adhearsion/tree/master We also covered VoIP, SIP, IAX, and Erlang! Hope you enjoy the interview!