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June 1, 2010: June, she’ll change her tune

iPad Note

I keep wanting to write about the iPad, but so, so many other people are writing about it that I’m not sure I have anything to add. More or less at random, I really liked the brief rant Joe Posnanski added in the middle of an otherwise-unrelated blog post, and Charles Stross’ typically complete take. Right now, I just would add that I still use it more than I thought, that the form factor makes more of a difference than I expected (being able to easily walk to show the screen). Also, I’m somewhat idiosyncratically waiting for turn-based strategy games to pop up for it, along the line of Avalon Hill’s old games — the thing is perfect for them.

Today

One last reminder of today’s Chicago Ruby meeting featuring Matt Polito talking about Git, and me talking about testing.

And then

Looks like Kent Beck has gone and evolved the Agile Manifesto at the Startup Lessons Learned conference. This moves in the direction of what Beck has been calling Responsive Design.

Sarah Mei has a really nice example of outside-in BDD going back and forth between Cucumber and RSpec. Very nice overview of the process.

Ruby 1.9.2 preview 3 is out and available via RVM. Also over the weekend RSpec 2.0.0 beta 9.1 was released.

Charles Nutter has a long technical examination of performance in JRuby.

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