Monthly Archives: November 2006

One Step Closer to My Master’s Degree!

Update: I received an ‘A’ on my Capstone Paper. (My final GPA then is a perfect 4.0). Just a celebratory post! I turned in my final research paper which marks the end of my work toward my Masters’ Degree at University of Denver. Whew…now all there is to do is wait for the final grade. […]

The Rails Edge Denver – Bruce Williams

I’m here at The Rails Edge Conference in Denver and will summarize some of the talks. Let me take a moment to put in a personal recommendation for this group of speakers and the Pragmatic Studio conferences. They are a professional group who put on a well run conference. Highly recommended. Building UI Frameworks – […]

The Rails Edge Denver – Marcel Molina Jr

I’m here at The Rails Edge Conference in Denver and will summarize some of the talks. This topic is of interest only to those interested in Ruby or Rails, so if that is you – read on. If not, please disregard. Active Record Demystified by Marcel Molina Jr. Rails Core Team member Marcel Molina Jr. […]

The Rails Edge Denver – Dave Thomas

I’m here at The Rails Edge Conference in Denver and will summarize some of the talks throughout the conference. This topic is of interest only to those interested in Ruby or Rails, so if that is you – read on. If not, please disregard. Dave Thomas – Buried Treasure Dave gave a great talk on […]

The Rails Edge Denver

Tomorrow I will be attending the Day 1 of The Rails Edge series presented by the good folks at Pragmatic Studio. Choice of Language and Framework Our company is solidly behind web applications as the future of software delivery, especially as Internet connectivity becomes ubiquitous. We are also commited to Ruby on Rails as our […]