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Raimond Garcia did a lightning talk on revolutionizing democracy by making government responsible. They created a website where you vote on the proposals in congress and the representatives in congress vote on what you vote for on the site.
Ilya Grigorik did a lightning talk where he used a mysql prompt but broke all the rules, doing things that you'd only think possible in a noSQL database. He basically used em-proxy to intercept request, and allowed for MySQL to seem like a schema-less database
James Golick did a talk where he showed how his heavy traffic website (fetlife.com) became more responsive when he moved out of Engine Yard, out of Amazon EC2, and back on to his own hardware.
The Ruby Heros for this year are Jose Valim, Aaron Patterson, Gregory Brown, Xavier Noria, Nick Quaranto, and Wayne Seguin. Stay tuned for the videos.
On Tuesday Rails 3 Beta 4 was released, along with a few video tutorials by Gregg, which walk you through all the new beautiful code in Rails 3.
Big thanks to the Baltimore on Rails community for welcoming Railsconf to their city and providing so much assistance and events. From the Barcamp like Bohconf, to room sharing, to the pub night, I don't think Railsconf has ever seen such a welcoming local community.
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This episode is recorded live from Railsconf in Baltimore, Maryland where I recorded some interviews with speakers.
It's a node.js takeover on today's episode of Ruby5.! Whether you're new to the platform or an active user, you're almost sure to learn something new.
VCR, i18n_routing, and Google Analytics through OAuth are on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk about method_extensions, CodeRack and Ruby annotations.
An epic journey from Bmore on Rails Hospitality, the path to Rails 2.3.9?!, Moving from Rails 2 to Rails 3, and Migrating from unobtrusive Prototype to jQuery. We make a quick stop for Cider, discuss Open Source Policy and take a lap with therubyracer.
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