Here are the latest articles posted to my technical/programmer blog, Global Nerdy:
Enumerating Enumerable is my series of articles in which I attempt to do a better job of writing up Ruby’s
Enumerable module that the folks at Ruby-Doc.org did. Here are the methods I’ve covered so far:
Notes from RubyFringe
The weekend before last, I attended the edgy Ruby programming conference RubyFringe, which I may have to declare “the best programming conference I’ve ever attended”. I took copious notes, the links for which are listed below:
- Scenes from RubyFringe, Part 1
- Day 1 Notes, Part 1
- Day 1 Notes, Part 2
- Day 2 Notes, Part 1
- Day 2 Notes, Part 2
- Day 2 Notes, Part 3
Damian Conway’s Presentation
I also attended Damian Conway’s presentation, titled Temporally Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine Programming in Multiple Topologically Connected Quantum-Relativistic Parallel Timespaces…Made Easy. He managed to connect the space-time continuum, relativistic effects as you approach the speed of light, carbon nanotubes and Perl programming in a lengthy (2 hours!) but interesting lecture. Again, I took notes, and you can see them here.
Tucows (Re)Introduces OpenSRS
And finally, my old employer, Tucows, has rebranded OpenSRS to encompass all their reseller services: domain names, ssl certificates, email and “personal names”. Better yet, they called on local superstar illustrator and designer John “Robot Johnny” Martz to make the lovely retro-graphics for the brand. Well done!