This guest post is by Jesse Storimer. Hes the author of Working With Unix Processes, a gentle introduction to Unix system programming for Ruby programmers. Jesse has been programming Ruby since joining
This guest post is by Ethan Gunderson, who is a software developer living in Chicago. By day he is a developer at
This guest post is by Gonçalo Silva, who is a full-time Ruby on Rails developer at escolinhas.pt and has participated in the Ruby Summer of Code 2010. He loves and contributes to many open-source projects, being a fan of Linux, Ruby and Android. He likes to call himself a hacker, but that’s just an excuse for being in front of the computer all the time. Oh, and he tweets at @goncalossilva.
This guest post is by Jeff Langr, who has developed software for thirty years, mastering many other languages (including Smalltalk, C++, Java, and currently C#), but just not Ruby and Python… yet. (Ever?) He owns the consulting and training company
This guest post is by Michael Bleigh, a Rubyist developing web applications and more for Intridea from his hometown of Kansas City. He is a prolific member of the open-source and Ruby communities, releasing such projects as
This guest post is by Erik Andrejko, a software developer living in San Francisco who spends his days working on web applications and solving data mining and machine learning problems
This guest post is by Gavin Morrice, Managing Director of Katana Code Ltd., a software boutique based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He likes sharing Rails tips
This guest post is by Dave Hoover, who authored the book Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman for O’Reilly, instigated the Software Craftsmanship North America conference, and is the Chief Craftsman at Obtiva. Dave began teaching himself to program in 2000
This guest post is by Ed Howland, an independent consultant who has worked in Ruby and RoR for more than 5 years, since the 0.13 days of Rails. He has over 22 years in the software development industry
This guest post is by Carlo Pecchia, who is an IT engineer mainly interested on agile methodologies and “good practices” for developing large and complex systems. He is also interested in web architectures and emerging programming languages.
This guest post is by James Schorr, who has been developing software since 1999. He is the owner of an IT consulting company, Enspiren IT Consulting, LLC. He lives with his lovely wife, Tara, and their children in Kansas City, Missouri. James spends a lot of time writing code in many languages, doing IT security audits, and has a passion for Ruby on Rails in particular. He also loves
This guest post is contributed by Fabio Akita, who works as Project Manager for GoNow Tecnologia, in Brazil, leading Ruby on Rails projects. He worked for Locaweb, the largest web hosting company in Latin America where he helped implement the support for Rails in a shared web hosting for the first time. He and Locaweb also joined forces to create the
This guest post is contributed by Paolo Perrotta, a freelance geek, currently coaching agile teams for a large phone company. He also wrotes
This guest post is contributed by Harold Giménez, who is a web developer with the crew at thoughtbot, where he spends his days working with Rails and writing open source software. He’s also involved with
This guest post is contributed by Elise Huard, who is based in Brussels, Belgium and is the owner of
This guest post is contributed by Noel Rappin, who is a Senior Consultant with Obtiva, and has been a professional web developer for a dozen years. He is the author of four technical books. The most recent, Rails Test Prescriptions
This guest post is contributed by Martin Sadler, who has over 10 years experience in the web development industry working with a range of successful high profile businesses, public sector organisations, and individuals. He is best known in the Ruby community as the creator of
This guest post is contributed by Matt Aimonetti, a Senior Engineer at Sony Playstation in San Diego, CA. Matt has been active in the Ruby community for many years, he developed or contributed to a lot OSS libraries and frameworks, spoke at users groups and conferences in the U.S. and abroad. Working with startups, fortune 100 companies and traditional companies, he had the opportunity
This guest post is contributed by David A. Black, a Senior Developer with Cyrus Innovation, Inc. David has been programming in Ruby for ten years, and is the author of
This guest post is contributed by Javier Cicchelli, a Software Engineer at Rock & Code, the Software and Marketing communications shop that rocks! Currently, they are doing their dirty deeds and conducting their high voltage operations in the (in)famous Red Light District in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Some four years ago, he started developing all the symptoms of a peculiar case of programmer’s schizophrenia. It all happened when
This guest post is contributed by Karmen Blake, who is a software developer for Wildfireapp, focused on creating apps to better help companies integrate branded interactive campaigns with viral features of the social web. Karmen has over 10 years of experience in software development
This guest post is contributed by Jeff Schoolcraft, who runs The Queue Incorporated a freelance consultancy that provides custom software development in Ruby, Rails and iOS. He produces screencasts with his partner, Istvan Hoka, at BDDCasts. When he’s not building his business he’s trying to keep up with
This guest post is contributed by Sau Sheong Chang, who is currently the Director of the Applied Cloud Computing Lab, in HP Labs Singapore.
This guest post is contributed by Geoffrey Grosenbach, who designs, produces, and publishes the acclaimed
RubyLearning is happy to announce that the following Ruby Gurus would be individually writing a guest blog post here starting 20th Sept. 2010. The focus of the blog post would be towards Ruby Newbies. These gurus are:
Welcome to the next installment of the weekly interview series on the RL blog – “Path to Ruby Mastery” – by top trainers and developers in the Ruby community, from across the globe.