Videos tagged with Ruby









Ruby Sig: How To Design A Domain Specific Language

Ruby Sig: How To Design A Domain Specific Language

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Science

Google Tech Talks October 5, 2006 David Pollak has been developing commercial software for 28 years. He founded Athena Design and wrote Mesa, the first real-time spreadsheet. David wrote Integer, the first online, collaborative spreadsheet. Since 2000, David has been developing domain specific languages for security and general web development. ABSTRACT David will describe a framework for devel...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Ruby, Science, DSL, Development, Companies


Enabling Tab Completion in IRB

Enabling Tab Completion in IRB

Posted in Development

In many ways irb is to Ruby what IPython is to Python. Irb is a interactive shell for the Ruby language that allows you to test your code and make sure that you have the syntax and logic correct before it goes into your application. In this video I will show you how to: Use irb Change the default prompt Add tab completion I give credit to whytheluckystiff for the config file and also to his gui...

Tags: Ruby, ShowMeDo



Paul Graham RailsConf 2006 Keynote Address

Paul Graham RailsConf 2006 Keynote Address

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks

Paul Graham is an essayist, programmer, and programming language designer. In 1995 he developed with Robert Morris the first web-based application, Viaweb, which was acquired by Yahoo in 1998. In 2002 he described a simple Bayesian spam filter that inspired most current filters. He’s currently working on a new programming language called Arc, a new book on startups, and is one of the partners i...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, 37signals, RailsConf 2006


Martin Fowler RailsConf 2006 Keynote Address

Martin Fowler RailsConf 2006 Keynote Address

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Martin Fowler is Chief Scientist at ThoughtWorks, and, in his own words: I’m an author, speaker, consultant and general loud-mouth on software development. I concentrate on designing enterprise software – looking at what makes a good design and what practices are needed to come up with good design. I’ve pioneered object-oriented technology, refactoring, patterns, agile methodologies, domain mod...

Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, 37signals, RailsConf 2006