Derek Kastner gave a great presentation on Bundler ). At high level Bundler is a library/tool that manages an application’s dependencies through its entire life across many machines systematically and repeatably. Derek’s slides/presentation can be found here: http://github.com/dkastner/bundler-pres
The presentation segway’d into discussing Maven and Bundler, Bundler and Rails, Bundler and Isolate (Bundler alternative), and then onto IDEs such as Eclipse, Netbeans, VIM, Emacs, TextMate, and now Redcar – which I’m rooting for Redcar. It looks awesome and has the best commit policy known to open source.
It ended with Carl Furrow showing us the world of Minecraft. All I have to say to that is Carl was like a zenmaster navigating the landscape of his 3D world, traveling to the center of the earth, dodging box-headed skeletons shooting arrow-like objects. I feel all in attendance were enlightened.
Next month should be awesome, Zach Church is giving a talk on Rails 3!
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