Yeah, that was a good one. Well organized, all presentations on time, a participative audience. A great event, on all aspects.
Congratulations to everyone involved.
And Fabio Akita’s “The First Rails 2.0 Screen Cast” is making waves on the net.
Yesterday, another event “Rails for Kids”:
A charity Rails presentations marathon, we could follow at home with “TreinaTOM” web interface.
That was amazing!I count 50-60 average audience following it along the day (almost from
And those presentations confirm my “
Followed Google with just a few points:
- Test Driven Development or Behavior Driven Development (the newest euphemism) with Ruby.
- Domain Specific Languages and how to use .
- Agile Development Techniques.
Those last events are all about Rails, but I will not start with Rails yet.
So I have to find a way to practice the first two items with Ruby only.
By the way, on my research about TDD and DSL, I find a useful place to MetaProgramming, and keeping me DRY on “Ruby thinking way”.
OK, OK, I have to start with Rails ASAP...
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