Continuing from where we left off in Part 1
The participants of the FORPC101 series of courses have been requesting me for a small article related to JRuby; so here it is.
RubyLearning caught up with Ola Bini at Bangalore, India and talked to him about JRuby. Ola provides some insights for easy adoption of JRuby by the large pool of Java and Ruby developers in India.
JRuby is a 100% pure-Java implementation of the Ruby programming language that runs in the JVM. MySQL is a one of the most popular open source databases around and is used by many prominent organizations from Yahoo to NASA.
I have been using and teaching Java since 1995. The other day, I was talking to my students about Internationalization in Java.
Recently, JRuby has been gaining more and more attention in the Java and Ruby communities. Java is a powerful platform and there are millions of lines of Java code being written each month, that the world will have to live with for a long time from now. By leveraging Java the platform with the power of the Ruby programming language, programmers get the best from both worlds. You better not ignore JRuby any more!