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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Throw Away Your Bug Tracking System?

This afternoon, or team had an interesting discussion about our bug tracking system. For some time we have not been happy with the existing bugzilla installation, and the task of finding a replacement has floated on the to-do list. We started to discuss replacements again today, but this time it was different. For about a …

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Searching for the perfect project hosting

I’m still searching for decent project hosting. I now have several projects on the go, and several others bumping around in my head, and the fuss and bother of tying together all the various bits of a distributed software project development is making my head hurt. All the bits I need are available separately, but …

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