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RailsConf08: (opinion) ttyrec and my advice to session presenters

RailsConf was fantastic. A huge thank-you goes out to everyone who took the time to create presentations and sessions. Creating them is a lot of work and I commend you for preparing them. One common negative theme, however, was this: Live coding isn’t efficient and it is bug-prone. It doesn’t matter who you are or [...]
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RailsConf08: Passenger or mod_rails RIP

There was no lack of hubris on the stage today as the guys from Phusion talked about their new Apache extension Passenger. If Passenger lives up to its claims it seems that it could quickly become the de-facto standard for deploying Rails (and more) applications. The 19 22-year-old duo was obviously ecstatic about sharing about [...]
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