PanTerra Networks is a leading provider of cloud-based unified communications Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for small and medium sized enterprises. The Company’s WorldSmart provides unified communication for voice, fax, chat, and email with presence, for a variety of business applications including call centers, multisite, remote employees, high touch operations, and fast growing companies. WorldSmart also includes […]
Google Tech Talk December 11, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Hongli Lai and Ninh Bui from Phusion. The Ruby programming language powers a significant portion of today’s websites and is still growing in popularity. However, its implementation is not as efficient as it could be, and in this talk we will explain how Ruby Enterprise Edition […]
How cool was this! Carrie Jaffe-Pickett (carriefreelance.com, @carriewriter) had an inspiring adventure visiting cool startups such as Scribd, Engine Yard, JustinTV, SocialCast, Shop It To Me, and many others. The event coordinated with the Ruby on Rails Conference in Burlingame. Thanks to everyone for the great food, music, and company, and especially to Jack from […]
Google Tech Talk August 13, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented at the Ruby Meet Up by Yehuda Katz. Yehuda will walk you through some of the new features in Rails 3, including how Rails has become significantly more modular, making it easier than ever to replace a part of Rails with an equivalent component.
Google I/O 2009 – Groovy and Grails in App Engine Guillaume Laforge In this session, Guillaume Laforge, Groovy project manager, will walk you through a rapid introduction to Groovy, to get you up-to-speed with this popular JVM language. Then, he will guide you throughout demos on how to build some Web 2.0 mashups in a […]
In this video you’re going to learn about an amazing Ruby gem to help you build command-line applications in Ruby! Keep learning by watching more of my videos, subscribing to the channel & visiting my website. Thanks for watching!
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