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Blog Archive for arungupta during August 2008

Are you a Start up company interested in jump starting and meets the following criteria ? In business six years or less A maximum of 150 employees, including any affiliates Based in a country in which the program is offered A verifiable company presence (website, company profile, etc.) Agree to accept the program's terms and conditions Sun Startup Essentials program provided...
Typo is an open-source Blogging Engine written using Ruby-on-Rails framework. It provides a lean engine that makes blogging easy. It's main attribtues are ease of use, usability, beauty and excellent support of web standards. I found out about this application from Sang "Passion" Shin's Lab 5543 (part of FREE 20-week course on Ruby-on-Rails started on Jul 15, 2008). But instead of...
Are you deploying Rails application on GlassFish  in any manner (WAR-based, Gem or Technology Preview 2) ? Are you using Rails and GlassFish combination in a creative way ? Having you been following Rails/GlassFish development/deployment options and have an opinion ? If answer to any of the above questions is yes, then drop a comment on this blog or send me an email (...
Here are different flavors of GlassFish v3 builds: Build your self Nightly Promoted Stable (Technology Preview 2 as of this writing) You can subscribe to dev@glassfish for all the fun! Otherwise check out plan and schedule for GlassFish v3 Prelude. Technorati: totd glassfish v3 builds prelude
Charlie describes, in 4 easy steps, how to deploy any Rails application on GlassFish: The main steps are: Step 1: The App Server Step 2: Package your App Step 3: Deploy your application Step 4: Tweaking (Optional) And it should only take 15 minutes on GlassFish v2! The conclusion of the blog is: Hopefully this walkthrough clears up some confusion around JRuby on Rails deployment to an app...
A recent report by Forrester Research published a list of 15 companies that really get corporate blogging and produce blogs that are informative, fascinating, and a joy to read even for people who aren’t die-hard fans of the company. Here is what the report says about Sun Microsystems: Like Adobe, Sun allows their employees to blog. They’ve been doing it for a long time, and their blog...
I'll be providing an overview of GlassFish - engineering update on v2 and v3, adoption & success stories, and the vibrant community around it at a joint Berlin-Brandenburg JUG and TU-Berlin meet on Sep 3, 2008. The coordinates are: Wednesday, September 3rd 17:30-ca. 19:30 Room FR5516, Technical University of Berlin Franklinstrasse 28/29 10587 Berlin The directions are available...
Light Engineering team (BumperSticker fame) at LinkedIn has chosen GlassFish for running their Rails application. One of the developers on the team reports: Using Warbler, we successfully wrapped our Rails applications into WAR files and deployed on Glassfish (we’ll probably write a more detailed tutorial of this at a future date). A WAR file is completely self contained application that...
This TOTD (Tip Of The Day) shows how to create a simple Java Server Faces application using NetBeans IDE 6.1. This is my first ever Java Server Faces application :) Much more comprehensive applications are already available in NetBeans and GlassFish tutorials. The application is really simple - it allows you to create a database of cities/country that you like. You enter the city & country...
Jacob Kessler is a new hire in GlassFish Scripting team and is blogging, welcome Jacob! Read how he will apply Aritificial Intelligence prinicples for dynamic configuration of JRuby runtime pools in GlassFish :) Technorati: glassfish rubyonrails dynamiclanguages