This September I deployed two Rails applications with different stacks, and I wanted to share the details.
My notes from the WindyCityRails 2008 1-day conference held Saturday September September 20th, 2008 in Chicago. This conference was for the Ruby on Rails framework. I traveled from Minneapolis for the conference.
Edward Tufte is a statistician and considered an expert on presenting data visually. Tufte was highly recommended, so I decided to attend his 1-day course in Minneapolis. Part of the event cost included four of Tufte’s books as hardcovers.
This script was for fun to play around with Google Charts. There was an internet meme going around where programmers were posting their console history on their blogs. I took the output from that script and made a Ruby hash...
I attended the No Fluff Just Stuff Java symposium with some co-workers.
Today I’m attending the Twin Cities Code Camp, a free conference with sessions on .NET, testing, Ajax, and web services. Here are summaries of the morning sessions I attended.