Enterprise Ruby Studio

ENTERPRISE RUBY STUDIO

Announcing a new offering from Pragmatic Studio: An Enterprise Ruby
Studio to be held September 11-13 in Boston, MA. Learn how to use
the power and expressiveness of Ruby, and how to use it as your
enterprise “glue.”


Use Ruby for Enterprise Software Development

Enterprise software development is often about integrating
information from multiple systems, usually built with disparate
technologies, in order to increase the value of both the applications
you?re building today and the longevity of your existing
applications, resources, and data. An in-depth knowledge of Ruby, a
cross-platform, object-oriented programming language, will allow you
to tie such systems together, and do so with incredible flexibility.


Learn Advanced Ruby Features

You?ll also gain hands-on experience using metaprogramming, domain
specific languages, LDAP, XML, web services, and other advanced Ruby
features.


Learn From Pros

With extensive experience using Java, .NET, and Ruby, Justin
Gehtland and Stu Halloway really understand the enterprise
landscape. They bring diverse backgrounds to this Studio to help you
choose the best tool for the job. In addition to their ongoing
client work, they are the authors of the upcoming book “Rails for
Java Programmers” and the creators of the open source Streamlined
framework.


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Thanks!

On Jul 11, 2006, at 8:20 PM, Mike C. wrote:

[snip]

Not to be a jerk or anything, but IMO the proper tag for this is
[ADV] not [ANN].

Logan C. wrote:

On Jul 11, 2006, at 8:20 PM, Mike C. wrote:

[snip]

Not to be a jerk or anything, but IMO the proper tag for this is [ADV]
not [ANN].

Perhaps… but Dave of all people deserves to be
cut some slack. He’s given quite a lot to this
community.

Hal

On Jul 11, 2006, at 9:58 PM, Logan C. wrote:

On Jul 11, 2006, at 8:20 PM, Mike C. wrote:

[snip]

Not to be a jerk or anything, but IMO the proper tag for this is
[ADV] not [ANN].

Thanks for setting me straight. It was an honest oversight on my part.

Regards,

Mike

On Jul 12, 2006, at 2:01 AM, Hal F. wrote:

Hal

Well that’s why i tried to say it a “I know that this might come out
like I’m being an asshole way, but I think personally that probably
maybe the tag should be ADV”. Note that I only say this from past
experience where things that cost money where announced on here had
ADV tags and ANN is almost always new projects. Really I wasn’t
trying to be mean.

Hal F. wrote:

Logan C. wrote:

like I’m being an asshole way, but I think personally that probably
maybe the tag should be ADV". Note that I only say this from past
experience where things that cost money where announced on here had ADV
tags and ANN is almost always new projects. Really I wasn’t trying to
be mean.

I know you weren’t being mean. I even concur in the
general case.

As much as anything else, I wanted to draw attention
to who was ultimately behind this (in case you or
anyone else missed the “pragmatic” keyword).

Hal

I checked out the site, and thought it looked similar
to the PragProgs site, but couldn’t find any link to them.
I was all set to rant about freeloaders taking advantage
of the PragProgs rep, but decided to double check the PragProg
site. Lucky for me! Maybe they need their own flag, [PragProg] maybe?

cheers

Logan C. wrote:

like I’m being an asshole way, but I think personally that probably
maybe the tag should be ADV". Note that I only say this from past
experience where things that cost money where announced on here had ADV
tags and ANN is almost always new projects. Really I wasn’t trying to
be mean.

I know you weren’t being mean. I even concur in the
general case.

As much as anything else, I wanted to draw attention
to who was ultimately behind this (in case you or
anyone else missed the “pragmatic” keyword).

Hal

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