Le 21 avr. 06, 23:14, David Pollak a ˝─rit :

> Folks,
>
> I've just put up a wiki for tips, tricks, code snippets, and rants  
> related
> to Ruby.
>
> "Dude, there are a ton of Ruby information sources, what makes yours
> different?"
>
> Glad you asked...
>
>    - I've been a hard-core Java guy since 1996 (I ran the first
>    large-scale WebLogic deployment) and have recently fallen in lust  
> with
>    Ruby.  You'll see that flavor running through the site.  Ruby is  
> the Java of
>    the next 10 years.
>    - I was once a hard-core NextStep guy (I wrote the Mesa spreadsheet
>    for NextStep) who learned to do programing in Objective-C with a  
> SmallTalk
>    style UI framework.  You'll see that flavor running through the  
> site.  Ruby
>    feels so much like Objective-C.  I'm surprised there isn't a  
> project to
>    build Interface Builder in Ruby (boy... that'd be kick-ass.)
>    - I've written a bunch of Domain Specific Languages (see
>     
> http://web.archive.org/web/20011005170055/www.smartmode.com/ 
> index.htm).
>  I recently re-implemented SiteMap in Ruby (it's a Ruby Forge
> project.)
>    It took ~ 6,000 LOC in Java and ~800 LOC in Ruby.  You'll see some  
> DSL
>    flavor running through the site.
>
> So if you're a NextStep/OS X/Interface Builder to Java to Ruby to DSL  
> kind
> of person or have stuff in common with some of those items, come play  
> in my
> Ruby playground.

Sure. What's the URL?

Guillaume.

>
> Thanks and I look forward to everybody's inputs and contributions.
>
> David