Sunday, September 24, 2006
My experiment in having a blog that combined my interest in Philosophy and Theology with the kinds of posts that I make on this blog did not work out well, so I'm back to posting my code notes here. I don't have high expectations for this site, except as a place to share some knowledge. I will continue to write about my Philosophical interests here, for those of you who might be interested.
Friday, September 15, 2006
I ran across this tutorial on .htaccess, which is a configuration file for websites hosted by Apache. Even after just a five-minute glance, I found some information that allowed me to fix a Ruby code download problem I was having on this site.
Friday, September 01, 2006
Port 25 has a video interview with John Lam, the creator of RubyCLR. I was very impressed with him, and I get the impression that RubyCLR has a great future. In the interview, John demonstrates his Avalon Ruby Editor. It's kind of hard to see the screen, but it looks pretty cool. Now I just need to learn what Avalon is!