I’m heading out to RubyConf 07 today with Matt Heidemann, one of the many fine Rubyists at Integrum. If you are going, twitter me!
Recently I found myself needing to create a resource-only controller, no HTML, no views, just straight-up XML data. I was planning on using ActiveResource to interact with my resource server. I could find lots of resources on using ActiveResource as a client, but not much in the way of building a proper controller [...]
Josh Knowles and I were bored this afternoon and so we thew together a little camping app so that the next some someone asks for the world, you can send them a pony! Please check out http://canihaveapony.com! More powerful pony features are coming soon!
Josh Knowles and I hacked together a teaser page for an idea that Josh, Derek, and I talked about some 6 months ago. We will be working on putting together a great resource to help people keep up with the frantic pace of Ruby on Rails especially as it approaches 2.0. Please visit [...]
I’m here at the Silicon Valley Ruby Conference.
I am really excited to be here (I don’t get out much) because of the excellent speakers they have managed to sign up. I am also excited to meet and greet some of the greatest minds in the ruby community.
More details to come.
I did a lightning talk at MountainWest RubyConf 2007 covering how we use capistrano at Integrum to manage ssh keys for some of our Xen servers. Please note that this works for a single user sharing multiple keys. Here is how it’s done.
Create your directories:
Now the recipe.
role :app, [...]
Tomorrow night I leave for Mountain West Ruby. I can’t wait to meet some of the southwest’s greatest Ruby and Rails gurus. I’ll try not to be too much of a fanboy.
So today I attended a local event called CerealBar Phoenix. There were some great guys from the local startup / web dev community out and we had some really great, yet laid back, conversation. It’s good to see that there are some smart yet community-minded people in the Phoenix area who are willing [...]
I have used acts_as_state_machine in a few client projects and have recently run across a need on a couple of them to allow RESTful updates to change states, easy enough except I want to be able to call the appropriate events and make the proper transitions if they are possible. So I came up [...]