Wouldn’t it be awesome if Borland released a complete Ruby development environment that could target native Windows, Linux, the JVM, and .NET? Plus, of course, Rails?
I guess a bit of a theme is emerging today, check out this account from an ex-Microsoftian on the energy levels at Google: A little over a year ago I left Microsoft and went to work for Google. During the interview process, one of the things that really impressed me was the energy in the […]
Clemens Vaster, the original developer of my preferred blogging engine (dasBlog), has joined Microsoft as a Program Manager for WCF (Indigo). If the past is any guide, the next six months will have a significant uptick in moves in and out of Redmond. While MS is always hiring and people are always moving on, […]
O’Reilly’s Jeremy Jones is reporting that Guido van Rossum, creator and lead developer of the Python programming language, is now working for Google< ?xml:namespace prefix = o />. My immediate reaction was “Not Heinemeir Hansson?” (The creator of Ruby on Rails, the much more buzzword-y framework for Web apps). Seriously though, it’s long been known […]