Ruby, Sinatra, Dreamhost, Haml, git – a smooth web app workflow … eventually

I have spent many years developing web applications in Java for corporate clients. During that time I have used a wide range of frameworks, APIs and other useful stuff. I have written my own versions (sometimes several) of many of these components, learned the tools well, and become very productive and effective. However, it has …

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Beanstalk — Version Control with a Human Face

I’m intrigued by this. A hosted subversion service, which seems to be positioning itself alongside similar services for other protocols (e.g. GitHub). Right now I’m having trouble working out whether there are any significant extra features beyond what I get already with my account at Dreamhost . Beanstalk — Version Control with a Human Face