Hey all! Earlier today, I posted an article on my blog, which will walk you through the process of setting up a professional development environment for working with Ruby on Rails. It also walks through the process of setting it up with PostgreSQL. This is how we setup our development machines at PLANET ARGON and I thought it might be useful for some of you. http://www.robbyonrails.com/articles/2007/06/19/in... also found at... http://rubyurl.com/4xq Cheers, Robby -- Robby Russell Founder and Executive Director PLANET ARGON, LLC Ruby on Rails Development, Consulting & Hosting www.planetargon.com www.robbyonrails.com +1 503 445 2457 +1 877 55 ARGON [toll free] +1 815 642 4068 [fax]
on 2007-06-20 08:04
on 2007-06-20 08:07
great tutorial - thanks... always feels good to get a fresh machine boot strapped
on 2007-06-20 08:14
great stuff keep rocking............. thanks . On 6/20/07, blinking bear <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > through the process of setting up a professional development environment > > Cheers, > > > > www.planetargon.com > > www.robbyonrails.com > > > > +1 503 445 2457 > > +1 877 55 ARGON [toll free] > > +1 815 642 4068 [fax] > > > > > > > > > > -- Happiness keeps u Sweet, Trials keep u Strong, Sorrow keeps u Human, Failure Keeps u Humble, Success keeps u Glowing, But only God Keeps u Going..... Keep Going.....
on 2007-06-20 21:34
Awesome, thanks for another great article. I have some projects already built with MySQL but one reason I'd like to consider Postgres is integrity in migrations: MySQL transactions don't cover schema manipulation... so if something goes off, it makes rollbacks really "fun"! --Andrew Vit On Jun 19, 11:03 pm, Robby Russell <robby.li...@planetargon.com>