Cloje types vs host types, revisited


~2 years ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
While preparing the Cloje 0.2 release last week, I came across something I had written, part of the goals for Cloje: Importing all of Cloje will allow you...

RubyConf Taiwan 2015 CFP is open


~2 years ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
RubyConf Taiwan 2015 will take place during September 11–12nd at Taipei, Taiwan, a tropical island located in the heart of Asia. Matz, Aaron PattersonSarah...

Cloje 0.2.0 Released


~2 years ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
Yesterday I tagged version 0.2 of Cloje. If you want to play around with it, you can clone the repository. Installation and usage instructions are available...

Curitiba's Wire Opera House


~2 years ago by pogodan on stJhimy - Playing around with codes!.
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Designing Cloje’s host interop API


~2 years ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
Lately I have been working on designing Cloje’s host interop API. I had the outlines of a design for the API already, but as I started filling in...

All in a days work


~2 years ago by Gautam Rege on Josh Software - Where Programming is an Art!.
How much can you achieve in one day? Let’s ask the Josh team and Seva Sahayog Foundation. It all started when Hetal asked us if we can help them out...

Ruby Prize 2015 nominations are now open


~2 years ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
Ruby Prize 2015 nominations are now being accepted for new and outstanding members in the Ruby community. The Ruby Prize is given to recognize the efforts...

Sizing Up My Queue


~2 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I have a folder named “queue” that I download podcasts, videos, and books to. It occurred to me that it hasn’t been empty for years. That...

Cloje 0.2 Status Update


~2 years ago by John Croisant on blog.jacius.info.
I previously posted that I was planning Cloje 0.2 to have a variety of new features, and aiming to release it in mid to late June. However, for a number...

Drop Books


over 2 years ago by Jay Fields on Jay Fields Thoughts.
The vast majority of books I purchase are for my own enjoyment, but not all of them. There are a few books that I buy over and over, and drop on the desks...