It looks like KeenerTech.com has hit a new mark in monthly page views — more than 16 thousand page views for the month of June, 2011. Many, many thanks to all the visitors!
I was educated today by a junior developer: “Boom! Goes the dynamite.” can be used in place of “I made my Rails controller smaller.” So now you know, too.
I just published my first KeenerTech.com update from my shiny, new Git repository. But I still have all of my old history from my original Subversion repository. How cool is that?
(OK, maybe you really have to be a techie to appreciate this.)
I just got the KeenerTech private git repository set up, which is important to me because, well, git is cool. Plus I really need easy branching in order to get KeenerTech converted from Rails 2.3.5 to Rails 3.0.7. The extensive site administration features have some fairly serious Rails upgrade issues.
I’m pleased to have been asked to consult on the business model for a new Internet startup.
I added a RubyNation Collateral section to my portfolio to showcase some of the key documents and graphics that have been created for RubyNation over the last few years. Let me know what you think!
I’m the 3rd interview on Russ Olsen’s first podcast from his RubyNation 2011 Hallway Track Podcast series. Check out the podcast now (and buy Russ Olsen’s book, Eloquent Ruby, too).
I’ve decided to make the leap. I’m in the process of upgrading the KeenerTech web site from Rails 2.3.5 to Rails 3.0.5. Lots of required changes, but mostly minor stuff except for the ActiveScaffold upgrade.
I just started my new job at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems yesterday, after a relaxing 2-week vacation. Looking forward to doing some cutting edge Rails work…
It’s long overdue, but I just added a search capability to this blog site. I leveraged Google’s AdSense-supported search capability, which was painless and easy, with only a few minor quirks (easily corrected via CSS).