RubyConf India – Hospitality was anything but pleasant at The Lalit resort and spa, Goa

March 26, 2014

This is a re-post of my original blog post here. RubyConfIndia 14 – Hospitality was anything but pleasant at The Lalit resort and spa, Goa. We had a pretty bitter experience and would like to capture it here. Also please suggest me where else we can do this. Send us email at team@rubyconfindia.org RubyConf India […]

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Why Australia is Becoming an IT Leader

March 18, 2014

The Wonderful Tech Wizards of Oz Photo by David Jackmanson / Flickr   The Information and Communication Technology sector is the fifth highest paying career group in Australia, with entry salaries starting at $88,000 and median salaries of $100,000. This ranking is both because of, and contributes to, Australia’s growing IT leadership. Over 50 software […]

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My articles on Go for JoshSoftware

March 13, 2014

Here are some articles I have written on Go for JoshSoftware, a company that is now into Go projects too. My experience at the awesome, first-ever GopherCon 2014 – link A Fun, Weather Forecast Go Web App – link Fun with Gmail and Go – link Learn to build and deploy simple Go Web Apps, […]

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A “FREE” Online Course: Build, Deploy Go Web Apps – 1st batch

March 6, 2014

Build, Deploy Go Web Apps Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s “Pay if you like“, online course on “Build, Deploy Go Web Apps“. Web-based applications offer many advantages, such as instant access, automatic upgrades, and opportunities for collaboration on a massive scale. However, creating Web applications requires different approaches than traditional applications and involves the […]

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Little Functional Programming Lexicon

February 21, 2014

This guest post is by Elise Huard, who is working as a freelance software engineer. She has 15 years of software under her belt and is keen on providing experienced advice as well as coding help. She has programmed in Ruby for 6 years before turning to Clojure and Haskell, and enjoys exploring the world of […]

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