I wanted this post to be named “Usability Lessons from RailsConf Europe 2007” — but realized that only some what I want to write below is about usability. So RailsConf Europe this year is over, and there are a few things i want to highlight from a conference that in general was a smash hit. […]
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For the last days, Mads and myself have been working hard on our RailsConf presentation Tuesday next week.
At the presentation we will introduce a Ruby on Rails plugin that can create the foundation for a local Rails app based on forms scraped from a remote application. In our case, an internal application used for timereporting in Capgemini.
Woohoo. I got a response from O’Reilly that my talk for RailsConf in Berlin is accepted. I will be presenting with my colleague Mads Buus, who’s also active in our Copenhagen Ruby user group. Here is the talk proposal: Title: Screenscraping as a tool for changing the (legacy) world Conference: RailsConf Europe 2007 Type/Duration: 45 […]
Just a short note that I just published my first notes from the RailsConf keynote presentations. RailsConf ends tomorrow, Friday, and I expect that more notes will show up on our Rails related website: copenhagen.rb Copenhagenrb.dk: Railsconf Europe Session overview Technorati Tags: railsconf, notes, presentations
Today is the time for my ten minute presentation at Reboot. I have ten minutes between 16.45 and 17.30 to give my talk. Topic: Prototype driven development with Ruby on Rails, and demo of the application we made at Capgemini with the Danish public Agency of Companies and Commerce. Presentation (Powerpoint format) for download here: […]