SkillsCast coming soon.
Catch LRUG's panel discussion of April 2007, on REST in the Rails 1.2 World, led by Jonathan Leighton and joined by Martin Sadler, Richard Livsey and Eleanor McHugh. First Paolo talked about Tabnav. Tabnav lets you easily implement tabbed navigations. It supports boxed/unboxed navigations, dynamic and conditional tabs, remote AJAX calls, customizable highlighting rules etc… It’s the widget that started the whole widgets project, that’s why we all love it! REST Discussion After Paolo's talk, catch LRUG's panel discussion on REST in the Rails 1.2 World, led by Jonathan Leighton and joined by Martin Sadler, Richard Livsey and Eleanor McHugh. The REST discussion was about the new RESTful features that Rails 1.2 brings us. There were two long threads on the LRUG mailing list that sparked this off, so you should read them for an idea of what we might cover. The original thread The follow upA sample agenda for the discussion
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Paolo is a source code rock star: charisma, passion, skill. His life is drenched in code listings, refactorings, agile methodologies. When not driving a motorbike, you’ll find him digging ideas in communities. Between a public speech and a duck typi
Eleanor McHugh has a passion for the esoteric corners of programming stretching back to her misspent teenage years. During the course of her career she’s worked on mission critical systems ranging from avionics to banking security and digital trust arbitration. Ellie now devotes her time to writing digital romances in Ruby, Go & Crystal, exploring the complex relationship between anonymity and trust in digital spaces.