What’s the pain of a startup? Adding a maximum value with minimum effort. So regarding to hosting this means to reduce the amount of non-value adding work in order to focus on the actual product. There is a trend to PaaS products facilitating the setup and deployment of a new app significantly. But reducing the [...]
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Coming from a research institute focused on creating distributed system the cloud computing topic attracts me a lot. However, so far I found myself more in the role of a cloud doubter. Not because I don’t see that the presence of an additional abstraction layer covering boundaries of individual servers to create a vast “cloud” [...]
SproutCore – The current situation SproutCore is on the move. And it will be awesome! However I had the feeling that some folks are confused about SproutCore’s roadmap especially about the migration from SproutCore 1.6 to SproutCore 2.0. This blog post tries to answer a few questions related to the SproutCore rebirth. SproutCore 2.0 is [...]
Here are some links to facilitate the migration to Rails 3. Rails 2 Rails 2.0 Release Notes http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2007/12/7/rails-2-0-it-s-done Summary of Rails 2. Changes and Blog-Posts by Ryan http://ryandaigle.com/articles/2007/12/7/rails-2-0-final-released-summary-of-features Rails 2.3 Release Notes http://guides.rubyonrails.org/2_3_release_notes.html Rails 3 Rails 3 Changelogs Rails 3.0.0 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2010/8/29/rails-3-0-it-s-done Rails 3.0.3 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2010/11/15/rails-3-0-3-faster-active-record-plus-plenty-of-fixes Rails 3.0.4 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2011/2/8/new-releases-2-3-11-and-3-0-4 Rails 3.0.5 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2011/2/27/rails-3-0-5-has-been-released Rails 3.0.6 http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2011/4/6/rails-3-0-6-has-been-released Rails 3.0.7 [...]
The video of my Talk about Evolutionary Programming with Ruby at the Ruby en Rails Conference 2009 in Amsterdam ist now online. ReR09 – Julian Fisher – Evolutionary Algorithms from Interbureau Holder on Vimeo.
The RuPy conference 2009 was really a great event. I was totally excited how a polish technology conference will look like and I was impressed how the organiziers cared about everything. Among others Jakub P. Nowak, Katarzyna Bylec and Adam Parchimowicz helped with any open questions. They organized a hotel room as well as the [...]
Consider you have a module defining a public, a protected and a private method. What happens to this visibility declaration after mixing the module into a class? Does Ruby ignore visibility information or does Ruby take over the visiblity settings? The following example demonstrates that Ruby preserves the module’s visibility settings and keeps private methods [...]
After switching to Rails 2.3 you might receive the following error messages while executing your TestUnit tests: undefined method `fixtures’ (NoMethodError) and/org undefined method `fixtures’ The solution to this is to change the class in test/test_helper.rb from Test::Unit::TestCase to ActiveRecord::TestCase. You will need to apply this change to all Tests inheriting for the Test::Unit::TestCase class.
If you receive an error message like the following from either curb or curl: curl: (1) Protocol https not supported or disabled in libcurl Then you might want to recompile curl with ssl support. If you are a Mac OS X user and you are using MacPorts this might look like this: sudo port install [...]
Since most more visitors speak English than German we decided to publish in English from now on. So it’s about the same content but only a different language.