I’m giving a two-hour workshop, “Creating an Adaptive Setting,” at Capclave 2015. From 10:00 AM to noon on October 10th.
Just added a new API for random quotes. Gotta love Rails.
I’ll be conducting a 2-hour worksop entitled “Public Speaking for Writers” at Capclave 2014. On October 12th from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
I’m very pleased to see that the Ruby gems that I released into the wild are doing very well. Active Breadcrumbs has almost 11K downloads and Domain Name Validator has almost 5K downloads.
To date, my presentations on Slideshare.net have generated more than 82K page views. Check out the link, or go to this site’s Presentations page to find out more about my online content.
This is totally non-technical, but the slides for my short talk on the Titanic are now online. A transcript of the talk content is also available.
My new gem, domain_name_validator, has now passed 1000 downloads at RubyGems.
There’s been 575 downloads of my new gem, domain_name_validator, in the last month. I’m pretty pleased with the reception.
I’ve put in a proposal to give an advanced talk on Apache SOLR, indexing strategies, and enforcement of complex security policies. The conference will be held February 24 – 28 in San Francisco, CA. My partner for this talk will be Jonathan Quigg from Data Tactics.
KeenerTech is my technical blog supporting my IT activities. For more “creative” endeavors, such as my non-technical public speaking activities and my professional fiction writing, I invite you to check out: www.davidkeener.org.