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  1. RadRails 3 Sneak Peek 1


    from Aptana, Inc. Liked 172K 23 3

    The first in a series of sneak peeks at the brand new RadRails 3.0 coming from Aptana next year.

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    • Grails Intro


      from Espresso Logic, Inc. Liked 1,634 1 0

      Automated Business Logic with Grails in 3 minutes

    • Grails


      from FSCDev Liked 46 1 0

      Presenter: Brian Peters Butch Peters presented an overview of core Grails concepts. Covered were such topics as: IDE integration, the Web Layer, basic GORM, GORM performance, the Service Layer, plugins,…

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      • Building APIs With the Faceted Gem


        from ChicagoRuby Liked 117 3 0

        Rails as a framework is famous for helping you get your application up and running quickly, but the very paradigms that make it so easy at the start can lead to maintenance nightmares down the road.…

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        • The Graph Traversal Programming Pattern by Marko Rodriguez


          from ChicagoRuby Liked 4,023 19 0

          Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/slidarko/graph-windycitydb2010 A graph is a structure composed of a set of vertices (i.e. nodes, dots) connected to one another by a set of edges (i.e. links, lines).…

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          • Busy Developer’s Guide to Functional Languages - Ted Neward


            from Øredev Conference Liked 642 9 0

            Busy Developer's Guide to Functional Languages Ted Neward, Independent, USA Functional languages have become the new media darling in programming, and for many developers not familiar with…

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            • Five Considerations for Software Developers - Kevlin Henney


              from Øredev Conference Liked 97 5 1

              Five Considerations for Software Developers Kevlin Henney, Curbralan, UK Those involved in software have a lot to keep in mind as they negotiate the worlds inside and outside of their code and…

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              • Agile is dead, long live Agile - Jeff Sutherland


                from Øredev Conference Liked 983 5 0

                Companies are incredibly disfunctional. Most managers have no idea how development works or how to make it better. No matter what process they try to use, many of them fall back into chaos. Jeff will,…

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                • Delivering What's Right - Cory Foy


                  from Øredev Conference Liked 443 5 0

                  'In Programming, the hard part isn't solving problems, but deciding what problems to solve'. In this famous quote, Paul Graham sums up one of the great challenges of software development,…

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                  • Visual Management for Agile teams - Xavier Quesada Allue


                    from Øredev Conference Liked 1,516 11 0

                    Join Visual Management blog author Xavier Quesada Allue as he explains basic patterns and introduces dozens of original ideas for building great taskboards and visually managing your work and that…

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                    • 19 1/2 Things to Make You a Better Object Oriented Programmer - Greg Young


                      from Øredev Conference Liked 817 61 0

                      This session will introduce a series of things that will make you a better object oriented programmer and more importantly give you explanations on the thought processes behind the ideas. Recorded…

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                      • Top 20 tools and tips that make me a better developer - Roy Osherove


                        from Øredev Conference Liked 3,821 24 0

                        In this session you will learn about the tools I use every day to speed up my work, to help me think better, to help me plan better and execute faster, to find errors faster, to automate easier and…

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