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In this episode we have five interview snippets from Rubyconf including Matz, Wesley Beary on Fog 1.0, Tim Pease on Logging, Dr. Nic on Threading, and Aaron Patterson ...
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Rubyconf 2011 was last week, and there I managed to get a couple interviews including one with Matz the creator of Ruby himself. In Matz Keynote he talked about his project mruby, a smaller portable version of ruby for imbedded devices (and other applications). Matz also talked about the roadmap for Ruby, with Ruby 1.9.3’s release in the next week or two. After that he’s going to be looking forward to Ruby 2.0, which will hopefully get released sometime in 2013. Perhaps sometime around the 20th anniversary of the language itself.
Also at Rubyconf I ran into Wesley Beary who just had released Fog 1.0. Fog allows you to control lots of different cloud services using one API.
Tim Pease let me know about his gem Logging which provides a much more granular option for debugging your application.
Dr. Nic Williams is working as VP of Technology at Engine Yard and he's on the conference circuit preaching the benefits of using Threads effectively.
Ruby and Rails core committer Aaron Patterson was also at Rubyconf and talked to me about how you can help with fixing bugs in Rails.
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