A 10-Week Ruby on Rails Bootcamp is Coming to the Innovation District

RubyA 10-Week Ruby on Rails Bootcamp is Coming to the Innovation District

Describe the process of buying a piece of IKEA furniture.

That was one of the questions applicants were asked by Launch Academy, a new Boston-based developer bootcamp kicking off this year. Founded by Evan Charles, formerly of Bain Capital, and Boston Ruby Group co-organizer Dan Pickett, Launch Academy is a 10 week, full-time Ruby on Rails bootcamp aiming to turn novices into entry level developers ready to be placed at Boston startups. (More on the founding storyhere.) And thanks to a partnership with a major local incubator, it’ll be opening its doors in Boston, not Cambridge.
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Rails 3.2.13.rc1 Has Been Released

Posted by steveklabnik, February 27, 2013 @ 12:00 am

Hey everyone! I am pumped to announce that Rails 3.2.13.rc1 has been released! If no regressions are found I will release 3.2.13 final in two weeks, on March 13, 2013. If you find one, please Open an Issue on GitHub so that I can fix it before the final release.

This is a bugfix release, with 287 commits. There is one big thing that is technically a fix but is sort of a feature: Ruby 2.0 support. Big thanks to Prem Sichanugrist for putting that together! Please give your applications a try on Ruby 2.0 and let me know how that goes. [Read more…]

What Cyber Criminals Are Looking For

Looking back over the past 25 years of threat detection and mitigation, the cyber security industry

has evolved from malicious intentions to ruin files and backups to more organized targeted attacks.

More specifically, some threats are organized by politically motivated groups who issue denial of

service attacks with the intention of shutting down web sites. An example of such an attack was performed [Read more…]

Manage the Market’s Mobile Infrastructure

Our team, of designers and developers, frustrated with the lack of great tools to manage and distribute applications, are developing a product based solution because we want to create dynamic sets of tools to create and manage the market’s infrastructure of mobile applications.

We believe mobile devices represent a shift in both the way we use computers and the way we work. The phone is more personal than any personal computer has ever been. We want to create amazing tools to keep the phone personal while giving companies the tools they need to secure and manage their workforce. [Read more…]

Application Usage Patterns, End-User Behavior

Bridge the gap between the enterprise and the cloud with innovative assessment, migration and monitoring solutions that allow organizations of all sizes to efficiently and safely transition existing applications to the cloud. [Read more…]

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