Mongrel, 2500 Lines, and Economics

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks on July 05, 2008

Mongrel, 2500 Lines, and Economics

In this presentation @ QCon London, Zed Shaw explains the impact Mongrel's 2500 lines of code have had. He also goes into what makes a project successful (good documentation, make the product is to install and extend, etc) and how companies can get on the good side of open source projects they use.

Zed A. Shaw's Mongrel Web Server is the favored way for organizations of all kinds to breathe life into their fledgling Ruby on Rails applications. Zed has been developing software for close to 14 years professionally and has worked in such industries as academics, security, government, and companies big and small.

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QCon is a conference that is organized by the community, for the community.The result is a high quality conference experience where a tremendous amount of attention and investment has gone into having the best content on the most important topics presented by the leaders in our community.QCon is designed with the technical depth and enterprise focus of interest to technical team leads, architects, and project managers.

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Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, High Performance, Scalability, Deployment, InfoQ, Community, Qcon London 2007, QCon, Mongrel, Remuneration and Incentives