After tragedy and farce come … Alexey Verkhovsky wants to see Ruby in the enterprise, just not Ruby 2 Enterprise Edition:
I think, we should make it “common sense” that “enterprise Ruby stack” does not have bloated middleware within it, doesn’t need it, and doesn’t want it. Make it culturally unacceptable.
(The tagline is an Easter egg hidden in the post)
Yeah, it’s like that. Echos my first reading of the new GPLv3 draft:
He described the latest draft as resembling the U.S. tax code. “The new draft no longer just defines freedom; it is designed to punish companies and business models that Richard Stallman [FSF president and principal author of the GPL] just doesn’t like,” Reed added. “In fact, the new version is now so complex and legally squishy that it is essentially a full employment guarantee for intellectual property lawyers.”
Did you miss me? Stored procedures? Not so much.
Brownie points. Yahoo just beat Google to the punch. No, not the unlimited storage, Gmail is still the better e-mail client. For having an official API. Not the one you pay to use, but the one you can make money using. I can see why Alex Barnett is so excited:
Play, innovate, experiment, make mistakes but LEARN what it takes to succeed in the future – ’cause it’s coming at us faster than we think. This is not a time for analysis paralysis.
Bring a wetsuit. Above, Google Maps directions for getting from Stanford to Stockholm.