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04/19/13

CincyCocoaDev – RubyMotion with Jim Weirich

RubyMotion is a revolutionary toolchain for iOS. It lets you quickly develop and test native iOS applications for iPhone or iPad, all using the awesome Ruby language you know and love. http://www.rubymotion.com About Jim Jim Weirich first learned about computers when his college adviser suggested he take a computer science...

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04/18/13

How we Cuke

Two styles of step writing in Gherkin sparked a discussion about Cucumber practices here in the office. Michael has been doing a lot of research, reflection, and has been taking a lot of good notes from The Cucumber Book. We this in mind, we recently sat down as a group...

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04/16/13

Training Resources for Folks Getting Started on the Web

From time to time I get asked about resources available to help a self-starter learn more about web development. We try to foster a culture of learning here at Gaslight. As such, we’re continually looking at new stuff. This is the short list of what we like. If there is...

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04/12/13

CinciJS - How I Learned Ember with Jeremy Mack

A look at how I learned Ember over the last nine months. I’ve helped launch a west coast startup and created a data-driven internal application for a large company. I’ll cover reference materials I’ve used. Documentation lookup techniques that have served me well. Code snippets that Ember made it really...

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04/11/13

Gaslight Podcast #15: Software Entrepreneurship with Joe Pantuso

Your browser does not support the audio element. This episode features Joe Pantuso, a Cincinnati local software entrepreneur. We cover Joe’s impressive career as an early employee of PKWARE the creator of a Doom game modding engine, an author of multiple books, and the successful founder of a company that...

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03/22/13

CinciJS - Javascript and Azure Mobile Services

Azure Mobile Services Ease your mobile app development to the cloud powered by Javascript with Azure Mobile Services. Javascript, it’s not just for browsers anymore. If you are a Javascript developer today you are no longer confined to the browser frame, you can take those skills to mobile devices, servers...

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