Monthly Archive:: February 2008

On Rails and DB2

James Governor wrote an interesting post entitled “On douchebags, DB2 and Rails: DHH not pragmatic enough?”. It’s partially in response to Jeff Atwood’s article “Douchebaggery” which, in turn is a reply to an old post by David Heinemeier Hansson. So please excuse me if I limit the entertainment value of this post by not

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Ruby.NET is dead

It saddens me to learn that the Ruby.NET project is dead. About 5 minutes ago, Dr. Wayne Kelly announced the following in the Ruby.NET Mailing List: Ruby.NET started life in 2005 as an academic research project with the goals of learning more about the challenges of mapping a dynamic language such as Ruby onto

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