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  • Ruby is “a dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write.”1 It was released in 1995 by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto. It is often described as either a very high-level language or a scripting language, depending on whom you ask. As such, it doesn’t require a programmer to specify the details of how the computer implements your decisions. Like other high-level languages, Ruby is often used in text-processing applications, including an increasing number of web applications.

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  • In 2004, Ruby on Rails became public. The world was surprised by its productivity and by the magic of Ruby that enabled Ruby on Rails. Many people knew Ruby before Rails, but few realized the power of the language, especially metaprogramming. But Rails is not the first framework to realize the power of Ruby. dRuby came long before Rails. It uses metaprogramming features for distributed programming. Proxy objects “automagically” delegate method calls to remote objects. You don’t have to write interface definitions in XML or any IDL.

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  • A few years ago, I wrote a book with a colleague about open source ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses), Open Source ESBs in Action (Manning, 2008). In that book we wrote about using open source tools to integrate applications and expose legacy systems as services. In the years that followed, ESBs were seen as one of the cornerstones of developing Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs). In 2008, when people talked about SOA, especially in the enterprise world, they meant the traditional SOAP-over-HTTP-based services.

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  • And then there was light – a lightweight database! How often have we all wanted some database that was "just a data store"? Sure, you can use it in many complex ways but in the end, it's just a plain simple data store. Welcome MongoDB! And then there was light – a lightweight language that was fun to program in. It supports all the constructs of a pure object-oriented language and is fun to program in. Welcome Ruby! Both MongoDB and Ruby are the fruits of people who wanted to simplify things in a complex world. Ruby, written by Yokihiro Matsumoto was made, picking the best...

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  • Almost 60 years after her retirement in 1951, why is the life of Ruby Payne-Scott of significance to us? She was a unique scientist working in one of the first major solar radio astronomy groups after the end of World War II. This fortunate circumstance was due to the experience she gained working on radar at the major Australian laboratory during World War II. Payne-Scott was a pioneer Australian scientist leading the charge for equality of women in the work place.

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  • I believe that everyone has remarkable in them but that it takes finding something they truly care about to draw it out. You can’t be remarkable if you don’t love your environment, your tools, and your domain. Before I had my spark lit with 37signals and Ruby on Rails, I went through a series of jobs and gigs that certainly wouldn’t fit the bill as remarkable. I was treading water and just letting one day eat the next. Before I knew it, six months were gone, and I didn’t have anything to show for it....

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  • Ruby on Rails has shaken up the web development industry in a huge way—espe­ cially when you consider that version 1.0 of Rails was only released in December 2005. The huge waves of enthusiasm for the new framework, originally in weblogs and later in the more traditional media, are probably the reason why this book is in your hands. This book will lead you through the components that make up the Rails framework by building a clone of the popular story-sharing web site digg.com. This will give you a chance to get your feet wet building a simple, yet comprehensive web...

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  • About Slesar: Henry Slesar (June 12, 1927 - April 2, 2002) was an American author, playwright and copywriter. He was also known as O. H. Leslie and Jay Street. Around 1955, he started to write short stories. While working as a copywriter, he published hundreds of short stories, including detective fiction, science fiction, criminal stories, mysteries and thrillers on Playboy, Imaginative Tales and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Alfred Hitchcock hired him to write a number of the scenarios for Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

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  • A.P. Rajshekhar, Senior Developer with Red Hat, has more than 7 years of experience in IT, having worked on applications ranging from enterprise-level web applications and game development to android applications. His endeavors include development of Learning Management System, Health Systems, Supply Management Solution, and Xbox-based games. He has extensive knowledge of different technologies (SOA, Portal, Java Persistence, and .NET Persistence) and platforms (Sharepoint and JBoss EAP). He is also the author of Building Dynamic Web 2.

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  • A laser, an acronym lor light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation, is a device for generating a high-intensity, ostensibly parallel beam of monochromatic (single wavelength) electromagnetic radiation. The possibility of stimulated emission was predicted by Einstein in I9I7; based on the work of Gordon in 1955 and Schawlow and Townes in 1958, Maiman created the first operational laser in 1960, a ruby laser emitting a brilliant red beam of light.

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  • J O S H W O N D E R E D W H Y E V E R Y time something really good happened, something else had to spoil it. It had been like this since he could remember, like biting into a ruby red apple only to find a brown worm crawling through the crisp, white fruit. For the first time since he’d moved to his new neighborhood, he had been recognized, and his unusual talent had been appreciated. So why was it that that same fame had kicked up the muddy rumor that got a high school kid looking to bash his teeth in?...

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  • Bashardoust Tajali et al. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2010, 5:1 http://www.josr-online.com/content/5/1/1 REVIEW Open Access Effects of low power laser irradiation on bone healing in animals: a meta-analysis Siamak Bashardoust Tajali1*, Joy C MacDermid1,2, Pamela Houghton1, Ruby Grewal3 Abstract Purpose: The meta-analysis was performed to identify animal research defining the effects of low power laser irradiation on biomechanical indicators of bone regeneration and the impact of dosage.

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