Robby and his Rails expertise are highlighted in a CRN breaking news post about the addition of REST to the recently released Ruby on Rails 1.2. A big benefit to using REST is the increase in efficiency and productivity during development. As Robby points out, REST also helps by easing connection problems between applications developed in Rails with those written in other programming languages. Ruby on Rails continues to grow and improve, and so does the PLANET ARGON team. Contact us today to find out how our Design and Development team can add value to your next web application.
Rails 1.1 was announced last night and CRN called PLANET ARGON to find out how this new release is helping our development projects. Our Lead Architect, Jeremy Voorhis, fielded a few questions from Stacy Cowley earlier today and the article was just published.
Jeremy gave a presentation on i18n in Ruby on Rails on January 3rd, 2006 at the first Portland Ruby Brigade meeting of the new year. Check out his slideshow from the presentation and read his blog entry about the event.
PLANET ARGON would like to congratulate this years Rails Day winners and participants. Benjamin Tucker won a Level 3 hosting package from us and Aaron Michal won a year of O’Reilly Safari Bookshelf from us. Congrats!