20 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 13 days ago.
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Schmidt left Apple's board in 2009, and it shouldn't come as a surprise that in 2010, Steve Jobs declared that their competition with Google was no mere fight, but a "Holy War" in a memo outlining the topics of the 2010 "Top 100″ meeting, a meeting attended by people whom Job felt were the 100 most crucial people at the company.

Steve Jobs at the D8 conference in 2010. If you want to know what his thinking was at that time — at the least the …

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By Brian Taylor of Chef Blog 3 months ago.
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Dell, AMD, SAP, and dozens of other companies. An avid Chef user since 2010, Charles joined the Opscode team in 2012. He helps Opscode customers solve problems with systems architecture, build completely automated continuous delivery pipelines, and create & refactor systems automation code. He's also written and delivered training curriculum around Chef to hundreds of students.

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By Sara of Heroku 5 months ago.
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…Scott Raymond. Mattt joined Gowalla as an iOS developer in 2010. Facebook acquired Gowalla in late 2011.

"When it came time to look around for my next step, I asked myself: 'Which company is solving the most interesting problems?'" Mattt says. Heroku, which was acquired by Salesforce in 2010, had just announced the launch of its Cedar stack . Mattt thought the new launch put the company years ahead of anyone else in terms of understanding …

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By New Relic of New Relic 11 months ago.
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There's a post from 2010 about QUnit and the command line , which indicates that it's rather difficult to do. The post mentions that the library contains a lot of browser-related assumptions. I've wondered whether using PhantomJS could get around any of these aforementioned issues, but I haven't had time to test it.

A few more questions before I wrap up: Have you used QUnit in an automated context? Do you use QUnit as a normal part of your development …

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2010 The deal between Oracle and Sun is now closed after overcoming a number of bottlenecks, including strong opposition by Monty. There is a lot of FUD and Drama over the conference, with the conference's future itself now uncertain. The State of the Dolphin is now delivered by Edward Screven, the new boss of the MySQL business, now at Oracle. Monty changes his focus from Maria (storage engine) to MariaDB (complete MySQL replacement). There is a lot of " …

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By Patrick of Kalzumeus Software 1 year ago.
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…old-as-the-hills Rails apps running on 2.3.X at the moment. Waaaaay back in 2010, Mongrel and Rails had a bit of a compatibility issue , and I solved it via a monkeypatch . The monkeypatch relied on a hardcoded version number, which I have been hand-incrementing every time I update Rails. It's literally on the redeploy checklist, next to a note " TODO: This is stupid and should be fixed when I get a moment."

I did three Rails app upgrades locally, …

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By New Relic of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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We haven't been shy about sharing our belief that New Relic represents a new kind of company, by developers for developers. As a company of coders, developer advocacy is part of our DNA. And we've celebrated developers from all walks of life who have made significant contributions to technology and society.

Of course, we haven't been the only ones focused on the developer class. In the latter half of 2010, Redmonk analyst Stephen O'Grady published …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 1 year ago.
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Fragmented world: what two years of traffic data teaches you about mobile . In 2010, Apple devices were already accounting for over half the Guardian's mobile traffic; by 2012, they're now accounting for about three-quarters. The Guardian serves about 3.3 million page a day to mobile devices, not counting those served to their iPad-specific app.

DevOps Best Practices for Cross-Platform Mobile Apps

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By SapphireSteel of SapphireSteel Software over 1 year ago.
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SapphireSteel Software is pleased to announce the successor to Amethyst 1, our professional IDE for Flash and ActionScript development. Amethyst 2.0, which will be launched early in 2013, will provide a unique range of powerful Flash development tools hosted within Visual Studio 2012 or 2010. Major new features include: A new ‘bubble'-based debugger to navigated debugged code in linked popup windows A profiler to find inefficient code and monitor memory usage and leaks A (...)

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