I wrote a few words about how code examples can make a good or a bad case of any idea that you're trying to illustrate with them.
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Steak 1.0.0 released! groups.google.com
The first stable version of Steak is out. You can check out the details in the official announcement but don't expect a long list of features, Steak claims to be a minimal Acceptance BDD solution, so instead you'll find a summary about why you should consider Steak as an alternative to Cucumber. Cheers!
I just started BankSimplistic, a sandbox for exploring concepts like Command-Query Responsibility Segregation, Event Sourcing and Domain-Driven Design with Ruby. I'm using Rails and Redis for this current implementation. Everyone interested in these topics is welcome to participate in this exploration. You can find more info in the project's Readme. Check it out!
Travel in time with Ruby in a Delorean github.com
We've just released Delorean. This is a gem we've packaged from a piece of code we've been using for months that lets you travel in time with ruby by mocking Time.now which is extremely useful for testing. Check it out at http://github.com/bebanjo/delorean
Call for papers for the Spanish Rails Conference 2009 conferenciarails.org
For the fourth year in a row, we are pleased to announce this year's edition of the Spanish Rails Conference, to be held in Madrid, Spain, on November 26th and 27th. Call for papers finishes by September 29th (sorry about the short notice). If you would like to submit a proposal for a talk or a workshop you can find more information in our blog. Looking forward to seeing you there!