Michael Koziarski is one of the contributors to the Ruby on Rails framework and he visited JAOO with a talk about Rails performance. I interviewed him about the upcoming Rails release, the future of the framework, and about that special “something” that gives Rails its edge.
1) What is the single most important improvement planned for [...]
A long time ago in a small country far far away… JAOO 2000 was the fourth JAOO conference, J2EE was on the top of hype curve. Ruby was the new hope.
I love Ruby. I participate in the local Ruby user group. I am a member of the program committee of the RubyFools conference. Occasionally, I give presentations on the greatnesses of Ruby and my own spare-time Ruby projects. I feel free when I code Ruby. I love the creativity of the Ruby community developing new [...]
JAOO 2008 draws inexorably nearer and the programme is being fleshed out. I guess I’m a programming language nut, because all the things that look most interesting to me are related pretty closely to programming. As usual the programme is shaping up to be unmissable.
There are still some blank spots on the web page [...]
You know Ruby on Rails, right? But do you know that Ruby is so much more than a web development language?
Some of the recent Ruby popularity can certainly be contributed to the Ruby on Rails framework, but what now – what is the next thing in the Ruby Community? At JAOO Aarhus 2007 we asked [...]
JAOO Rocks. Well, of course I’m going to say that – this is the JAOO Community blog, which has the job of communicating interesting information to those that already know that JAOO rocks, and to those that don’t yet…
Me, I started out as one of the crew. Actually, I was finishing writing my Ph.D. thesis [...]