Monthly Archives: July 2006

RailsConf 2007

Derailed: The Denver Rails User Group

I attended the Denver on Rails User Group, aka “Derailed” last night at the Tattered Cover bookstore downtown Denver. There were about 20 folks there in various stages of Rails experience. Some having worked with it from the start and some just starting. Some guys were excited to be working in Rails full time and […]

Ruby for Rails Book

Ruby for Rails is a must have for Ruby on Rails developers. While you could develop Rails applications without understanding Ruby, to do would completely miss out on the reasons Rails was created in Ruby. Ruby is a powerful and enjoyable language. For those of you that do not know of David Black, here is […]

Why You Should Have a Non-Technical Business Partner

If you are a micro-ISV, you should have a non-technical business partner. Accountability, Motivation and Focus are certainly over-used words, yet are also hurdles that most likely trip up most technical minded programmers turned business owners. Those with the interest and technical aptitude to design and develop programs will find the design and development tasks […]