Ruby on Rails Engineer at Tupalo.com

Ruby on Rails Engineer at Tupalo.com Tupalo.com is one of Austria’s fastest growing privately held internet startups, creating a local search community where millions of people review and share the best local businesses around the World every month. Tupalo.com is looking for Ruby on Rails engineers to join their development team full-time in Vienna, Austria. You should enjoy building scalable, high-performing web services and love all things web, especially location-based services.

Rails Summit Latin America 2009

Rails Summit Latin America
2009

Back in 2005 there was virtually no Ruby community in Brazil. David Hansson himself was there, at the FISL conference, showcasing a pre-1.0 Rails (which later became the famous 15-min blog screencast). Only 3 years later the community grew

RubyLearning's Sponsor: ProjectLocker

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s sponsor – ProjectLocker. ProjectLocker provides tools and services to help software development teams quickly set up an enterprise-quality infrastructure at an affordable price. Using ProjectLocker, teams can spend less time finding, configuring, and managing tools and more time doing what is most important — writing great software to meet customer needs. ProjectLocker’s suite of software development tools features source control with both Git & Subversion hosting, and bug tracking, wiki, and project management with hosted Trac.

RubyLearning's Sponsor: Railsware

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s sponsor – Railsware.

Railsware for premium-quality web
applications

Twitter, twitter! Are you twittering all around and nobody hears your sweet voice? That’s strange. Perhaps Twitter isn’t your marketing tool. However for

RubyLearning's Sponsor: 1st Easy Limited

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s sponsor – 1st Easy Limited. 1st Easy Limited for easy Sinatra apps hosting 1st Easy Limited are keen to play an active role in encouraging the adoption of new development technologies, and are delighted to have been given the opportunity to support the work of Satish Talim and his team at RubyLearning. If you’re a developer, or an alumni of RubyLearning and would like to test your own apps or freshly acquired skills, you’re welcome to take advantage of the free hosting trials that 1st Easy offer: simply visit the registration page and leave your details.

RubyLearning's Sponsor: Blue Box Group

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s sponsor – Blue Box Group.

This year is shaping up to be another big one for Blue Box Group

Blue Box Group has got some great new features for release, upgrades to their service offerings, appearances at various events and conferences and more. Check out their site and subscribe to their blog to get the latest updates!

RubyLearning's Sponsor: Rails Kits

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s sponsor – Rails Kits.

Rails Kits is the place to get ready-to-use Rails code that will help you build your apps faster

RubyLearning's Sponsor Locaweb In The News

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsor – Locaweb.0^ Locaweb is Growing real Fast! Locaweb has just made a big announcement this week. All web shared hosting plans now offer *unlimited* disk storage and bandwidth! It may not sound as big as it is if you’re from the US, for instance, but it is a pretty big deal if you’re from Latin America. There has been small attempts before by others but this is the move of the largest web hosting company in Brazil, which changes the rules of the game.

Will RubyLearning be present at the Shorty Awards Acceptance Ceremony?

The votes have been cast and the Shorty Awards have come to an end. The official results are in, and RubyLearning is a winner of the Shorty Award in the education category. RubyLearning represented by its nearly 7000 participants from over 140 countries are delighted and so am I. For those of you unfamiliar with The Shorty Awards, they have been given to “the best producers of short content in 2008.” And by short content, they mean 140 characters or less.

RubyLearning's Sponsor Locaweb on a High!

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsor – Locaweb.1

Locaweb delivers Rails Summit Latin America 2008

The biggest news of October is that Locaweb was able to deliver Rails Summit Latin America 2008, the largest and the best Rails conference ever in Latin America.

BuildingWebApps is a resource site for Ruby on Rails developers that includes more than two dozen original articles, including Rails setup guides for Windows and Mac, as well as more than 1,000 links to the best resources from all around the web. It is also the home of the very popular Free Online Course on Ruby on Rails. I am including any news or developments the sponsor has had during August 2008.

In the News: RubyLearning's Sponsor FiveRuns

FiveRuns is a provider of Rails application (and server) monitoring services. I am including any news or developments the sponsor has had during August 2008.

Two things worth mentioning

RubyLearning's Sponsor Locaweb Rocks!

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsor – Locaweb.1

Locaweb is Growing real Fast!

Locaweb is the biggest web hosting company in Brazil and is heading to become the largest in South America by a big margin. They are about to release their brand new

Thanks to RubyLearning Sponsor PeepCode

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsors! PeepCode publishes cutting-edge screencasts and PDF books that get straight to the point. Thousands of people have learned quickly and visually about topics that matter. Check out recent content on writing Facebook Apps, Using Git, Keeping your Apps Secure, Using Email as an API and many other topics. Technorati Tags: PeepCode, Ruby, Sponsors

Thanks to RubyLearning Sponsor Locaweb

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsors! Locaweb is the number 1 hosting company in Brazil, with around 400 employees and 133 thousand clients, hosting more than 220 thousand domains. I am including any news or developments the sponsor has had during July 2008. Locaweb just opened up the registration website for the greatest Ruby on Rails event in Latin America: Rails Summit Latin America. It is only in Brazilian Portuguese right now, but in the next few days they’ll release the international version so every other member of the Latin America community can register.

Thanks to RubyLearning Sponsor BuildingWebApps

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsors! BuildingWebApps is a resource site for Ruby on Rails developers that includes more than two dozen original articles, including Rails setup guides for Windows and Mac, as well as more than 1,000 links to the best resources from all around the web. It is also the home of the very popular Free Online Course on Ruby on Rails. The instructors Michael Slater and Christopher Haupt are well-known speakers and highly experienced in their field of work.

Thanks to RubyLearning Sponsor FiveRuns

It’s time to thank RubyLearning’s excellent sponsors! FiveRuns is a provider of Rails application (and server) monitoring services. I am including any news or developments the sponsor has had during July 2008. Two things worth mentioning here are: They recently introduced DataFabric – a gem they wrote to help with ActiveRecord. One of the lingering issues they have had to deal with over the last year in the Manage service was ActiveRecord’s reluctance to talk to more than one database.