Category Ruby

Ruby, .NET and IronRuby for beginners

I’ve been playing with the .NET framework for a while now. I still love it. I also love touching other environments. Ruby is one of them.  It’s a powerful and flexible programming language that you can use for web/internet development. It’s object-oriented and dynamically typed. You therefore don’t need to specify the type of an object […]


Vagrant allows you to create and configure lightweight, reproducible and portable development environments. Let’s say you want to dev team members to all be sharing the same environments settings, so that deployment can be made easier, Vagrant is an option to use. You’ll need your Ops team to properly set it up. Get more information […]

Why you should treat code as an Essay

Following my interest in programming languages, coding and Ruby (more recently), I’ve been reading some text by Yukihiro Matsumoto aka Matz 🙂 Yukihiro is a Japanese computer scientist and software programmer best known as the chief designer of the Ruby programming language and its reference implementation. (See Wiki.) He is a fellow of Rakuten Institute […]