13 New SD Ruby Podcasts Up
Posted by kev Sat, 03 Nov 2007 15:04:00 GMT
They’re all up at once. Wow.
Mine felt good, but it’s long. Rather long. 50 minutes fairly non-stop, ~600 megs long. Find some time before watching.
Episode 036: The Return of Kevin Clark Kevin Clark takes a break from Powerset to give a full-throttle talk on using Merb as a JSON-RPC service, god, gem2rpm, and heckle. Episode 035: ActiveRecord Backup & MimetypeFu Matt Aimonetti demonstrates his newest plugins: ActiveRecord Backup and MimetypeFu. Episode 034: Intro to JRuby Brian Chapados shows how to install and work with the latest JRuby release. Episode 033: Life on Edge If you’re a Rails junkie, you’ll want to develop on Edge Rails. Matt Clark explains how to get started and shares some of the challenges of working on Edge. Episode 032: Capistrano Rob Kaufman takes on Capistrano 2. What is it? How does it work? What’s changed since version 1? Episode 031: Seaside Roger Whitney explores Seaside, the web application framework based on Smalltalk. Episode 030: Tuneshelf Dominic Damian talks about his experiences building Tuneshelf, a web application that allows music fans to keep track of their favorite music albums. Episode 029: Big Stinking Piles (of data) What do you do when third-party data vendors don’t speak REST? Rob Kaufman discuss real-world techniques for importing and exporting data. (This talk was also given at RailsConf 2007.) Episode 028: Simple Sidebar Plugin Ryan Felton shows how to use Simple Sidebar plugin to DRY up sidebar content in applications. Episode 027: Headliner and Styler Patrick Crowley talks about his newest plugins: Headliner and Styler. Episode 026: ActsAsSolr Rob Kaufman shows how easy it is to integrate Solr powered search into your Rails application using the ActsAsSolr plugin. Episode 025: Ajax CSS Star Rating with ActsAsRateable Ryan Felton shows off how to build an Ajax-powered, CSS star rater using the ActsAsRateable plugin and Komodo Media’s CSS Star Rating Redux technique. Episode 024: Using Ruby + Amazon SQS to build backdoors Brian Chapados talks about using Ruby and Amazon’s Simple Que Service web service to build backdoors into systems.