Name: [098] David Heinemeier Hansson
Member: 91 months
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Creating a weblog in 15 minutes [ID:075] (3/3)

in series: The Original Ruby on Rails Screencasts

video tutorial by David Heinemeier Hansson, added 03/07

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In 15 minutes, we go from scratch to complete weblog engine: with comments and an administrative interface. But since the actual application only took 58 lines to complete, we also have time left over to do unit testing, examine the logs, and play around with the domain model.

Uploaded 29th October 2006, running time 16 minutes. Aggregated from the Ruby screencasts page with permission from David Heinemeier Hansson.

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What's with the abrupt ending and 3 minute long advertisement at the end? The video feels incomplete. It's still inspirational, but I have this urge to "see how the movie ends."


@indiehead, I think the mysql client seen in the video is http://cocoamysql.sourceforge.net/ I have a few members of my team that use it.


excellent!

any idea what the MySQL tool is he's using in this video ?


Thank you for making such hepful videos.


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