Tag: Ruby

“computering” – a different presentation style

Keynote is nice, but it’s not well suited for technical presentations. Live coding on the other hand is hard and often fails horribly because of some minor typos etc. Some month ago I visited the Python Usergroup Montreal and I saw an awesome live coding session from Rory Geoghegan. He was typing incredibly fast and […]

just don’t do it – the art of being lazy

One thing that I find myself doing a lot is skipping a lot of required programming tasks. From what you can find on the Interwebs only a lazy programmer is a good programmer! This does not mean that you should be doing nothing though… it’s all about getting things done instead of getting stuck in […]

OSS licensing

There are so many different license models out there in the open-source community. I don’t know what all the fuss is about… I hate legal stuff, just ship it and ask for permissions later! Nevertheless I have a license for my open source projects on github as well and it’s just there to say FU […]

Pulling strings on Raspberry Pi

I got my Raspberry PI Starter Kit this week. The Kit is very nice, as it comes packaged with everything you need in order to get your PI up and running ASAP. Just plugin the SD-Card, connect Ethernet cable and USB Power supply and your ready to go! Booting Up After the PI has booted […]

Bringing Usergroups on Ruby

I am one of the organizers of the local Ruby Usergroup in Hamburg for over two years now. We meet on a regular basis, every second wednesday each month. Some times we meet in a bar to grab some beers, some times we have full fledged community events with sponsors and high quality talks. All […]