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01 February 2012 07:30

Unlimited Novelty: "Can you solve this problem for me on the whiteboard?"

by night.kame

Le blogueur.

My attitude is if I'm a good Ruby programmer, and you're trying to hire me when the supply for Ruby programmers is low and demand is high, that before you even talk to me you've spent at least 10 minutes Googling for my name, looking at my code, and figuring out who I am, rather than spending an hour subjecting me to a series of ad hoc programming questions in areas I may or may not specialize in. That 10 minutes of Google will tell you a lot more than asking me to come in and scribble stuff on a whiteboard.

Le commentateur.

I take your point about the interviewer asking appropriate questions for the interview. But it sounds to me like you're telling me your skills as a coder don't extend to making your ideas and plans understood without handing someone actual finished Ruby code, written on a laptop. If that's the case, then I can't work with you.

Je suis plutôt de l'avis du commentateur : quand on embauche un développeur, ça n'est pas pour travailler avec un sociopathe qui ne voit la vérité que dans son code. En même temps, c'est un Rubyiste, donc c'était à craindre.

23 December 2011 09:30

01 December 2011 19:30

26 November 2011 11:30

Vines - XMPP/Jabber chat server for Ruby

by oseres (via)
Vines is an XMPP chat server that connects you with large clusters of machines as easily as chatting with a friend. It's a new, simpler way to manage your servers in the cloud or the data center.

25 November 2011 19:30

22 November 2011 21:45

nanoc: a Ruby site compiler that generates static HTML » home

by Spone (via)
nanoc is a tool that runs on your local computer and compiles documents written in formats such as Markdown, Textile, Haml… into a static web site consisting of simple HTML files, ready for uploading to any web server.

02 October 2011 09:30


by NiMe
Rich client GUI framework. Limelight provides a Theater (metaphor) in which you open Scenes, build Props, and cast Players to bring your Production to life and razzle-dazzle your audience.

15 August 2011 20:30

Search: shoes - GitHub

by NiMe
Projets sur GitHub utilisant le framework Shoes

15 August 2011 19:30

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30 June 2011 07:15

30 June 2011 07:00

jeremyevans/sequel - GitHub

by jpcaruana
Sequel: The Database Toolkit for Ruby

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