Monthly Archive:: April 2008

Finally on Twitter

While I’ve been aware of Twitter since it began, I never took the leap until now. To start with, I’m not narcissistic enough to think that small snippets of my personal life interest anyone but a few close friends. I also try to rebel in the face of the information overload we live in,

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Is the Enterprise world Rails ready?

When searching the web for the words “Rails” and “Enterprise” you’ll find countless discussions about whether Rails is Enterprise ready. Some argue that it is, especially thanks to the extendibility offered by its plugin support, while others claim that realistically it’s not. “Is Rails Enterprise ready?” is the wrong question, I’d rather ask if

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On the value of conciseness

Lately I’ve been thinking about the length of my blog posts. I humbly assume that they’re somewhat interesting to my readers, given the numerical growth of my audience, but almost each of the articles is a long essay or analysis that takes up a fair deal of time for both me and you. I

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On The Last Lecture

The release of this book is a good opportunity for me to write about it, because I'd rather consider my words as a heartfelt thank you letter while Randy is still alive, rather than a brief eulogy to be published when, sadly, he won't physically be with us anymore. ... After watching the now

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