April 13, 2010: iAd, youAd, weAll Ad
April 13, 2010
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iPads. Lots of them popping up in and around work. Probably some more coherent impressions coming later.
Wait, once again, Twitter has a big announcement after I start writing this. This time, they are going to start placing ads in the Twitter stream in various ways to be announced today. My quick reactions: a) I long suspected this day was coming, b) if the ads in clients are any guide, they aren’t particularly burdensome, c) implementation details will decide how irritating this is.
Still working on Webrat and Capybara. Still waiting for a cover. Somewhat doubtful that the beta will happen this week, but I haven’t been told that for sure.
Charles Nutter puts out an open call for help with the pure Java port of the Nokogiri XML parser for use with JRuby.
Confused by ==, equal?, and === in Ruby? You won’t be after this article.
Hey, it’s another big-time Agile founder: Ward Cunningham being interviewed. Pull quote: “When you’re doing it well it feels a little plodding, you’re not racing ahead like you might do on your own. But what happens is that it never slows down.” Can I get that on a T-Shirt?
Yehuda Katz is turning his attention to more Bundler documentation, with two articles that went up as I started typing this. The first one lays out the problems bundler tries to solve, and the second talks a bit more about problems specifying the order of require statements.