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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Simon Phipps tagged Ruby

If Ruby on Rails is a bit ambitious for you, why not build your next project in Cobol on Cogs?

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If you want to deploy a Ruby on Rails application on Amazon EC2, here's the best way to do it. Complete with DTrace so you can tune it to absolutely scream.

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New Ruby resource from Sun. Who would have believed this just a few years ago.

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I'm hearing from plenty of people that they are ignoring the partisan politics and trying NetBeans. The result almost universally is they find it's ready to use, easy to learn and highly productive in multiple languages. Including Ruby.

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Now with Ruby/JRuby/Ruby on Rails support as well as a slew of other features (including mobile app development).

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Interesting decision. I do hope their description of who has to pay just reflects a simplified explanation of how the GPL works and doesn't indicate they intend to add terms to the GPL though.

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Once you see it you realise how far NetBeans has come.

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Insightful and useful article that I want my colleagues to read.

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Dynamic language + framework + JVM = heaven. Yep, it's Groovy on Rails.

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