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Dolphin Deploy: Deploying ASP.net applications using IronRuby

Over the years I’ve found that build and deployment is one the most important, yet often overlooked aspects of software development. While NAnt\MSBuild has given the .Net platform automated builds, it’s XML based. People then took this approach and applied it … Continue reading 

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IronRuby and IronPython are NOT dead

The Twitter-sphere was burning up yesterday with the news that Microsoft is shelving its support for IronRuby and IronPython. You can read Jimmy Schementi’s blog post here. Many in the Twitterverse say that Microsoft is “killing” IronRuby. I disagree. IronRuby … Continue reading 

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Slide Decks and Code Samples from Pittsburgh Code Camp 2010.1

Attached are my code samples from Pittsburgh CodeCamp 2010.1 held this past Saturday (4/17/2010). A fabulous event with great people and great facilities. It was my first trip to Pittsburgh. Looking forward to going back. One quick note – you … Continue reading 

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Testing a WPF UI using Ruby, Cucumber and WiPFlash.dll

Almost two years ago I blogged about Project White, an open source project available on CodePlex which provides an abstraction on top of the UI Automation library built into WPF and Silverlight. Fast forwarding and there is a new project … Continue reading 

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Ruby on Rails on the DLR, getting closer

Just caught this little gem from John Lam on Twitter This is very good news.

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John Lam on IronRuby

Time for another salvo of moving pictures! John catches us up on the IronRuby and shows some under-the-covers architecture of the DLR at the ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle event. I didn’t get the whole thing, but there’s some good stuff … Continue reading 

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