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Timothy Fisher

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The book will cover Rails 2.0. Major chapters or sections will cover topics such as models, views, controllers, plug-ins, deploying with Capistrano, testing a Rails application, and using Prototype and Scriptaculous. The application developed in the walk-through chapters is a Web 2.0 a...
Ruby is a highly dynamic, fully object-oriented programming language that has been getting a great deal of attention recently. The language itself is not all that new, it's been around for about 10 years. So why is it suddenly gaining tremendously in mindshare and popularity?
As open source technology is gaining more popularity in the press and among the general population, there still seems to be a lack of knowledge of what is available via open source amid many software development projects. While the mainstream media and the average computer user thinks ...
XML seems to be popping up everywhere. In this article, I'm going to touch on an often overlooked but potentially very powerful use for XML technology: XML for project management and documentation.
When designing Web-based applications, security is a critical component. Before the advent of J2EE, to implement a secure distributed application you had to code all of the security directly into the application.