2008-02-20 21:42:00 UTC

Rubyology 59: Amazon EC2

Posted by @ChrisMatthieu


Hey code monkeys! Marc Chung from OpenRain.com gave a funtabulous presentation at this week's AZ on Rails user group meeting on deploying rails applications on Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Computing Cloud) and also demonstrated chaining tasks together in the cloud to work on a common goal (like calculating pi) using MPI (Message Passing Interface Standard). This is a MUST hear discussion. Thanks to Derek Neighbors for putting together show notes and thanks to Marc for sharing his experience with all of us :) http://derekneighbors.com/2008/2/20/phoenix-rails-february

2008-02-17 13:25:00 UTC

Rubyology 58: February Update

Posted by @ChrisMatthieu


Welcome back! Today we cover upcoming conference updates. Ruby 1.9 update. Heroku introduction. Wuby vs. Thin -> Wuby Wins! Enterprise SOA discussion REST vs. SOAP -> REST Wins! Interview with Theo Beack, Deputy CTO BEA - Ruby involved in their virtualization container strategies - more to come. Great Amazon service and twitter links below: http://www.google.com/gwt/n?u=http%3A%2F%2Fdeveloper.amazonwebservices.com%2Fconnect%2Fentry.jspa%3FexternalID%3D1182%26ref%3Dfeatured http://www.google.com/gwt/n?u=http%3A%2F%2Fdominiek.com%2Farticles%2F2008%2F2%2F15%2Fhow-to-build-a-twitter-agent My post on posting twitter tweets with 10 lines of Ruby code: http://blog.kineticweb.com/articles/2008/02/16/capistrano-twitter-task-take-2

2008-01-23 07:39:00 UTC

Rubyology 57: S5/P8

Posted by @ChrisMatthieu


Check out my presentation at the Phoenix Rails User Group meeting on S5 and P8. Both are interesting technologies for presentations.