During the discussions surrounding my post about web and scripting language job trends, a question was raised regarding a comment made about Ruby and Rails: Obviously, Ruby and Rails are tied together, but seeing the growth trends starting to separate is a good sign for Ruby as a standalone language. What I did not realize… Read More Do Frameworks Spur Adoption Of Programming Languages?
Yesterday, I saw a headline that initially caused me to skip reading the post. The headline was “Picasa Web Albums integration, site feeds, and page templates in Google Sites”“. That is the most recent blog post from the Google Sites team. I skipped it because I really only saw the “Picasa Web Albums integration” part… Read More Is Google Sites The Evolution Of Blogger?
While the TechCrunch50 conference was occurring, I was watching to see what development oriented tools would appear. At most of these type of conferences, someone always tries to launch some new, exciting and easy way to build applications. This TC50, there was one company that looked interesting, FluidHTML. FluidHTML does have some interesting technology, and… Read More Application Development May Never Be Easy