I attended WebCamp today as planned. It was good and there were talks about web frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Groovy on Grails, Django, Flex etc. Unfortunately I was not able to give my talk about jQuery as planned due to some issues with the timings. I was pretty disappointed at first; since it took me considerable amount of time to prepare for the presentation and added to that I drove for more than two hours to attend the event. Anyway that’s life isn’t? 😉 You will never know what life has for you the next second. If everything goes as planned, then life would be as dull as a recorded circket match. It is uncertainty which gives life to life (wow! I can make a quote too 😉 ).
Anyways to be positive I learned a lot of new things about jQuery when I did my research to prepare for the presentation, even though I have been using it for the past couple of months. Hope you guys also find my slides about jQuery useful.
Posted in Events/Conferences, Web Programming
Tagged jQuery, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, WebCamp, WebCampChennai
Well, yet another year has come and it’s time to take a second look at your life and make some resolutions. (and whether I really follow them throughout the year is another major questions anyways 😉 )
And here are some of my New Year resolutions (some of them are in my to-do list for quite some time now) and lets hope that I keep them up
- My reading habit has gone down very much, so first resolution – Read at least a book every month (novels don’t count).
- Redesign this site for May 1st CSS Reboot.
- Start (or at least take part in) an open source project – it’s time to give back something to the community.
- Try to do some freelance work – Does anybody need a WordPress consultant? 😉
- Buy Apple iPhone – (How about a PayPal donate button here for you guys to donate ha ha 😉 )
So guys, what are your resolutions?
Posted in Random/Personal
Tagged css, iPhone, Reboot, Ruby
The two new things top on my list are Python and Ruby and I have to decide upon either one of them. So guys, I am looking for your suggestion since I am new to both of them. If you have used any one of them then do share those experience with me.
Right now I am slightly biased towards Python, after knowing that even Jeremy is learning it. More over both Drive into Python by Mark and the Yahoo Python Developer center could assist me. 😉
So will the snake swallow the gem?
Posted in Python
Tagged Python, Ruby