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Podcasts I find especially useful to keep up-to-date with Ruby on Rails developments.
Podcasts on Buddhist doctrine and philosophy I find especially informative.
H.H. the Dalai Lama, the most prominent contemporary figure in Tibetan Buddhism, teaches regularly on a variety of topics ranging from entry level lectures to profound oral commentaries on seminal texts covering subjects such as Wisdom, Compassion, Ethics, Nature of the Mind, Buddhism and Science, and Meditation and Psychotherapy. His office does a great job making them available through its official webcast. Now they are available as a podcast here:
Model Translation: Globalizing a Ruby on Rails Application by Adding Multilingual Support to the Models through Globalize's External Table or the Internal Storage Mechanism
Using the globalize plug-in for Ruby on Rails out-of-the-box makes it easy to add support for various languages. It can handle the management of translated terms and translation of models (displaying the content coming from the database in the selected language). This article gives a brief introduction about to how to implement model translation with globalize in an actual application.
In this post I speculate about the implications of having a social graph outside of specific social networks, creating your digital self, and setting up your blog as an OpenID.
Rendering Templates with Extensions such as rxml with theme_support: "Template is missing" and "No rhtml, rxml, or delegate template found for ..." Errors
View Translation: Globalizing a Ruby on Rails Application by Adding Multilingual Support to the Views
Using the globalize plug-in for Ruby on Rails out-of-the-box makes it easy to add support for various languages. It can handle the management of translated terms and translation of views (displaying the messages on each page in the selected language). This article gives a brief introduction about to how to implement view translation with globalize in an actual application.
In the following introductory article, I will build a stripped-down application to store a basic social graph for a person (a very fashionable subject nowadays). The steps to building the application will illustrate how to create a Rails application, configure it to connect to a MySQL database, generate resource scaffolding, use database migrations, and associate models. It will serve as a basis for later articles to illustrate more complex aspects of Rails development.
El siguiente articulo cubre rápidamente los conceptos básicos teóricos y prácticos para abordar el lenguaje de programación C++.