23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

Topic

Envy

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 6 months ago.
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( HP Envy 13 ) 2013 Smartphone

( Samsung Galaxy S4 ) Processors 1.6 GHz dual-core CPU

( Intel Core 2 Duo SU9600 )

and DirectX 10-capable 16-core GPU

( ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 ) 1.6 GHz quad-core CPU

( ARM Cortex-A15 )

and DirectX 9_3-capable 3-core GPU

( PowerVR SGX544 ) Active Memory 2GB DDR2 RAM 2GB LPDDR3 RAM Storage 250GB 4500 RPM hard drive 16, 32 or 64GB solid …

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By Rick DeNatale of Talk Like A Duck almost 3 years ago.
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Later things got more sophisticated, OTIs Envy developer provided concurrent access to what was effectively a shared change log and provided both version and configuration control to teams of Smalltalkers. Today Smalltalkers use tools like Monticello which looks to me to be the logical successor to Envy.

Today, many developers, including your humble author, use git as the weapon of choice for version control. A common thread is the use of a write only repository. …

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 3 years ago.
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…- Gregg Pollack and Jason Seifer's entertaining Rails Envy podcast was taken out to the pasture and shot in 2009, but 2010 opened with podcasting legend Dan Benjamin getting on board with Jason and turning it into The Ruby Show. Little did I know I'd replace Dan as Jason's co-host in October! It's true.

February

MacRuby 0.5 Released: A Significant, Stable Release - Some maturity and stability finally came to OS X

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By jason of Envy Labs over 3 years ago.
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Yesterday, as you know, we launched Rails For Zombies , an awesome new way to learn Ruby on Rails directly in the browser. I'm Jason VanLue, design lead here at Envy, and I thought I'd give a brief rundown of our design process for the project.

Zombie ID

A couple of months ago, when the project was still in its infancy, the first task was to create a brand identity. Obviously the zombie theme would need to be primary, but we felt like the identity should be both versatile …

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By jeff of Comments on: blog almost 4 years ago.
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Beautiful Markup « Envy Labs - John Athayde on Curing Div-itis with Semantic Html, CSS, and Presenters. Redone for Gregg Pollack and luckily put online.

Programmer Puzzlers | logic and coding puzzles to bend your brain and teach you to think smarter - puzzles for people that invent problems just so they can solve them.

jQuery Fundamentals - another open source book, cc3 share alike with access to github source. this one on jQuery Fundamentals. …

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By Jason of Jason Seifer 4 years ago.
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…decided to take the Rails Envy web site down, I feel that Rails Envy, and what Gregg and I accomplished together, should be celebrated. I'm proud of the work we did and what we accomplished as a team. I'm proud of the videos, podcasts, talks, and client work we did. I'm grateful for the opportunities to have met and worked with so many people. It was a great experience. I hope to continue to set the bar high doing client work through my new company, Twistedmind ( …

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By Gregg Pollack of Envy Labs 4 years ago.
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If you go to RailsEnvy.com right now you'll notice that it's been completely removed, without a trace. Rails Envy taught me a great deal over the past year. It was a wild ride which only recently came to a close and it deserves one last article to share what it was, and how it got to where it is now.

At the beginning of 2006 I started up Orlando's Ruby Group , and towards the end of 2006 we had a few Hackfests. During one of these hackfests I managed to pair …

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside 4 years ago.
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…the latest Ruby related news on a weekly basis in a similar style to Rails Envy . New episodes come out each Wednesday.

The latest episode of The Ruby Show includes bits on Cramp , the Rails 3 Bug Mash , Friendly , Rails 3 Generators, ActiveModel , and more.

The Background: Rails Envy was a weekly podcast by Gregg Pollack and Jason Seifer and featured Ruby and Rails news interspersed with comedy bits. The podcast did really …

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By Jason of Rails Envy » Home over 4 years ago.
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…#104: Something new. I'm sad to say that this will be the last episode of the Rails Envy podcast. I'm happy to say that Dan and I will be doing The Ruby Show which will follow the same general flow of Rails Envy. There's no need to update your feeds (though you can if you'd like) because the feed will redirect for the foreseeable future. We've also got some other fun stuff planned so stay tuned!

The Rails Envy podcast is brought to you this week …

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By Ruby on Rails of Rails Envy » Home over 4 years ago.
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The Rails Envy podcast is brought to you this week by NewRelic. NewRelic provides RPM which is a plugin for rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Check them out at NewRelic.com .

Show Notes

Rails 2.3.5 Released

Rails 2.3.5 has been released with several bug fixes and improved Ruby 1.9 compatibility.

Rails XSS Plugin

Koz has released the rails xss plugin which makes …

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