IBM has just created a pretty cool poster about the Pure XML tecnology integrated in the DB2 9 data sever. My loyal readers can grab the high resolution version by clicking the image below (warning: very big image file). 🙂
A couple of days ago Typo’s team released the new stable version of their blogging engine. You can download it here or through gem: gem install typo typo install /some/path It requires Rails 1.1.4 and Ruby 1.8.4. Kudos to the team!
The Queensland University of Technology (Australia) has announced the preliminary Beta release of their Gardens Point Ruby.NET compiler. It is not complete nor something that can be used in a production environment, but I’m going to keep an eye on it. The opportunity to build .NET 2.0 assemblies from Ruby code has its appeal,
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