Monthly Archives: July 2009

Eastern US is Fertile Ground for Ruby Development

As I was perusing jobs on Rubynow I thought I was seeing a concentration of jobs in Florida, New England, and the Washington DC area. To test the idea a little, I decided to throw a sampling of the recent … Continue reading

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Ive on Focus Groups

I was going to tell you about Jonathan Ive’s recent pithy pronouncement on focus groups to wit: “We don’t do focus groups,” he said firmly, explaining that they resulted in bland products designed not to offend anyone. But I won’t … Continue reading

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