- The show begins with talk of Kevin’s recent dabbling into Ruby on Rails. The guys talk about Ruby 2 vs Ruby 3, how MS developers love their IDEs and finally Rack.
- Jon mentions Jimmy Shimenti’s demo of Visual Studio 2010 File > New > Ruby on Rails with IronRuby.
- The conversation segues into the benefits of trying out other platforms and how trying out other platforms doesn’t necessarily mean one is jumping ship.
- Kevin shares why he has a hard time getting excited about IronRuby.
- Scott K introduces a recent Alt.NET Seattle Fishbowl Topic – Is C# is the best language for writing views or should dynamic languages be used instead?
- Rob Conery shares why he loves the Haml view engine and Kevin speaks to why he really likes Spark?
- The guys talk about html encoding and XSS vulnerabilities.
- Scott K briefs us on his recent Alt.Net open space presentation on Node.js.
- The guys passionately discuss the business of Twitter, hovercards, Twitter’s @Anywhere API, the Library of Congress, and the importance of security and password management.
- The guys talks about why Apple Changed Section 3.3.1.
- The guys talk about the Visual Studio 2010 installation and developer experience.
- Rob pimps TekPub with background music .
Show notes compiled by Ben Griswold. Thanks!
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Herding Code 78: Ruby on Rails, View Engines, Web Security, Section 3.3.1 and Visual Studio 2010 with Rob Conery
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