While in OKC for OpenBeta4, Adam and Wynn sat down with James Edward Gray II and talked about his many Ruby gems, TextMate bundles, and his upcoming Ruby conference Red Dirt Ruby Conf this May.
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Notes and Links
- RubyQuiz.com Challenge your Ruby fu, feel dumb, learn something, repeat.
- OpenBeta4 We were blown away by the startup community in OKC
- Red Dirt Ruby Conf Join us in OKC for this premier Ruby event
- FasterCSV De-facto CSV handling in Ruby, now built-in to 1.9
- Ruby Kaigi Awesome Ruby conference in Japan
- TextMate James’ favorite text editor
- Ruby bundle for TextMate
- #textmate TextMate IRC channel
- #thechangelog Drop in and share your latest open source projects
- Rack Rack provides a minimal interface between webservers supporting Ruby and Ruby frameworks.
- Rails 3.0 Active Record query interface
- LA Ruby Conf Ruby conference in L.A. just wrapped in February
- Redis - an advanced key-value store. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is not volatile, and values can be strings, exactly like in memcached, but also lists, sets, and ordered sets.
- OK.rb Now meeting at OKCCoCo
- Irma’s Burger Shack Best place to grab a burger in OKC. Hey, they’re on the Twitter
- Glenn Vanderburg One of James’ Ruby heroes
- Oklahoma Mixer James’ full featured and robust FFI interface to Tokyo Cabinet