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This was the twelfth speech of a three day Rails training I gave in Tulsa, OK in the spring 2010.

This was the twelfth speech of a three day Rails training I gave in Tulsa, OK in the spring 2010.

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Resources for Rails Developers Resources for Rails Developers Presentation Transcript

  • Next Steps You have a Rails application, now what?
  • Versions It is a time of transition for Ruby and Rails
  • Ruby is in Transition
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9 This is a new release with some big changes: multilingualization support, new virtual machine, …
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9 This is a new release with some big changes: multilingualization support, new virtual machine, … Most people are still using Ruby 1.8.7 or 1.8.6
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9 This is a new release with some big changes: multilingualization support, new virtual machine, … Most people are still using Ruby 1.8.7 or 1.8.6 This is what we have shown
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9 This is a new release with some big changes: multilingualization support, new virtual machine, … Most people are still using Ruby 1.8.7 or 1.8.6 This is what we have shown Everything still works here
  • Ruby is in Transition The current branch of Ruby is 1.9 This is a new release with some big changes: multilingualization support, new virtual machine, … Most people are still using Ruby 1.8.7 or 1.8.6 This is what we have shown Everything still works here Many Ruby books are now starting to cover 1.9
  • Rails is also in Transition
  • Rails is also in Transition The current release of Rails is 2.3.5
  • Rails is also in Transition The current release of Rails is 2.3.5 This is what we have shown
  • Rails is also in Transition The current release of Rails is 2.3.5 This is what we have shown Rails 3.0 is currently in beta and will release soon
  • Rails is also in Transition The current release of Rails is 2.3.5 This is what we have shown Rails 3.0 is currently in beta and will release soon This is a massive release with a lot of enhancements
  • Rails is also in Transition The current release of Rails is 2.3.5 This is what we have shown Rails 3.0 is currently in beta and will release soon This is a massive release with a lot of enhancements There are a lot of upgrade guides online
  • Where Code Lives Tips about where you can store and find code
  • https://github.com/ You can put your application on Github and find most Rails resources there
  • https://github.com/ You can put your application on Github and find most Rails resources there
  • http://rubygems.org/ A lot of Ruby/Rails add-ons are served from here
  • http://rubygems.org/ A lot of Ruby/Rails add-ons are served from here
  • Deployment Getting Rails into production
  • http://heroku.com/ Heroku is probably the easiest way to deploy a Rails application
  • http://heroku.com/ Heroku is probably the easiest way to deploy a Rails application
  • http://heroku.com/ Heroku is probably the easiest way to deploy a Rails application
  • http://www.engineyard.com/ Engine Yard’s Cloud gives a bit more control for server tinkerers
  • http://www.engineyard.com/ Engine Yard’s Cloud gives a bit more control for server tinkerers
  • http://www.capify.org/ Capistrano can be used for do-it-yourself deployments
  • # Application set :application, "my_app" set :deploy_to, "/home/deploy/public_html/#{application}" # Settings default_run_options[:pty] = true set :use_sudo, false # Servers set :user, "deploy" set :domain, "myapp.com" server domain, :app, :web role :db, domain, :primary => true # Git set :scm, :git set :repository, "git@github.com:USER/my_app.git" set :branch, "master" set :deploy_via, :remote_cache http://www.capify.org/ Capistrano can be used for do-it-yourself deployments
  • Jobs Where you can find Rails work
  • http://jobs.rubynow.com/ This and other listing sites have a steady stream of Rails work
  • http://jobs.rubynow.com/ This and other listing sites have a steady stream of Rails work
  • http://www.engineyard.com/ Some companies also regularly hunt for Ruby/Rails savvy employees
  • http://www.engineyard.com/ Some companies also regularly hunt for Ruby/Rails savvy employees
  • Get Help Places where you can get more information
  • http://rubyonrails.org/ The source for documentation and community resources like mailing lists
  • http://rubyonrails.org/ The source for documentation and community resources like mailing lists
  • Contact Us
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/ Twitter: JEG2
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/ Twitter: JEG2 Email: james@graysoftinc.com
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/ Twitter: JEG2 Email: james@graysoftinc.com Dana Gray
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/ Twitter: JEG2 Email: james@graysoftinc.com Dana Gray Twitter: dgrayinok
  • Contact Us James Edward Gray II Blog: http://blog.grayproductions.net/ Twitter: JEG2 Email: james@graysoftinc.com Dana Gray Twitter: dgrayinok Email: dana@graysoftinc.com
  • Questions?