Archive for the tag 'rails'

Jun 25 2006

Long Rails Stack Trace

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I was looking at the RailsConf schedule, and saw the Rails web app that runs it fail with this longish stack trace. A few Rubyists sitting nearby commented that the application was not well configured, that usually Rails apps are configured in deployment to store such traces to a log, rather than spit them at […]

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Jun 22 2006

At RailsConf, Sitting Around Ignoring Each Other

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I’m at RailsConf. In a flagrant attempt to be one of the cool kids, I’ve set up a Flickr account to share my RailsConf Photos. Of the few dozen conference I’ve attented, this one has the highest incidence so far of people sitting around, in large groups, working alone on their notebook computers; some of […]

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Apr 01 2006

The Rails aren’t so smooth if you want some [Image]Magic[k]

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We started some work recently with the much-hyped Ruby / Rails combination. For the most part, it’s lived up to the hype; going down it’s ‘happy path’ has been far more productive than work with some other web app frameworks and languages. But today I hit several sources of Ruby / Rails pain in a […]

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