hmmm so my resume says, I know java but that was the java we did in a small course during the academics. Hence you can say that I dont know much java apart from the OO part of it which I knew from Ruby. At this stage when I am already spoilt by Ruby, it will be very hard for me to just go through Java’s classes and compilers. I am looking forward to understand and write java webservices which will feed rails apps with SOAP.
Lets see how it goes. Any suggestions if any of you guys have?? Apart from the general Ruby community comment “You gone mad kya??? “
This is the second last day of mine at Vinsol. And right now I am trying to write a post defining that I am leaving Vinsol tomorrow and going to join another promising startup SapnaSolutions at Pune very soon.
I spent more then 4 years in Vinsol. The time here was good, filled with different kind of experiences. I am looking forward to a great experience at SapnaSol as well. SapnaSolutions is also devoted to RoR development and also deals in mobile app. Lets see if I can also get some exposure of Mobile app there.
While I am switching I have decided to set some goals for me.
- I will try to post more techy code stuffed posts of my daily encounters which I sometimes try to escape from sometime.
- Learn 4-Wheeler Driving and own a Driving License.
- I would work in refining my skills as the Product Owner/Project Manager.
- I always wanted to develop a product of my own I have several ideas in mind. By next year I ll have to decide which could be the most feasible and promising idea and work over it . Also have to work on finding finances.
I hope in next year I will be writing some posts updating everyone on these points. Keep in touch…
When i started on rails, the punch line that hit me in first chapter of "Agile Programming with Rails" was Rails is Agile. Day before yesterday i read a book "Practices of an Agile Developer" (Thanks to my boss who provide me these books) to understand this whole agility thing that ROR(Ruby on Rails) users boast about.And mind you i found that they do never boast at all.
I think its a good book and every programmer of this age should read this book.For all those who couldn't grab a copy of this book in my next post i ll point out some important practices for programmers described in this book.You must be thinking i promised to deviate from the main topic only sometimes and here in my first ever relative post i am moving my focus away from Rails to this agility thing.Actually i am not moving away at all.Rails and agility goo together.And one can never understand the beauty of Rails unless they know the importance and fun of using agile programming practices.So decided…
I'll write about Agile web programming in my next topic.
OK i know some of you (and most of my friends who are forced to read this blog) must be thinking What s this blog actually about? What's this Rails thing?Well people chill have some patience. I 'll talk about Ruby and Rails after few posts.Till then plz let me prepare stuff for my incoming posts in peace and read this blog regularly. You'll definitely find something interesting for yourself sometimes even if you didn't find the blog title attracting your concerns. Thanks
I was thinking to start blogging from a long time.But as i m quite a lazy person i could not implement this idea of mine previously.
Now finally i boost myself up and decided to get this blog on.My first problem regarding blogging was "What should i write on?" Most people say u can write on almost anything in blogs like What happened today? Alas! i m not any Daily Dairy Maintainer kinda person who knows how to write I had bread and butter in breakfast interestingly.So this was the big question before me.
After much thoughts an suggestions from my colleagues i decided to start blogging with Ruby On Rails [rails is a web programming platform designed in Ruby language].May be some of you know its the hottest topic among web developer across the world these days and i opt for the hottest thing .I also decided to deviate from the main topic in regular intervals as i fell bored talking continuously on one topic(actually this is a lame excuse Rails can never be boring).
The second problem now was that i felt i m too late to share my experiences on rails learning.I took on Rails learning in Jan n think that was the best time to share experiences with anyone when i was trying to meowing with rails not wen i m trying to roar with rails :)
So as on now in this blog i ll try to write the helping articles to roar with rails and web2.0.Apart form it due to my variable mind time by time i ll roam away from the main topic i.e. Ruby on Rails