Studying Reaper. Seems amazing, I might perfectly switch to it after +20 years with Cakewalk. I’m very seduced by the ridiculous amount of available customization.
Just a quick note on the studio: I’ve been busy setting up the wires so that the room is not a complete mess.
This Monday I received the last item of my new home recording studio! I can’t wait to start playing with it!
The best least failure-prone way I’ve found is by using RubyInstaller builds. Go to http://rubyinstaller.org/downloads/ to get the latest Ruby+Devkit (be careful to choose well your architecture).
Here’s a version of Rob Moore’s class for testing dependency resolution for MVC controllers.
Another quick note, this time on TFS + git. When you queue a manual build you can specify what commit you want in a number of ways, using the “Checkout override” option. You can specify either a commit ID, a tag or a branch.
I just wanted to write a quick note about my new job at Frontiers. We are working on a new feature for the social network of Frontiers; I cannot talk much about it because it is not already live, but I can tell you that I am very excited about the challenges we are facing. Among other things we got some communication using RabbitMQ, API crawling & digestion processes that must be very scalable (because Frontiers has been recently acquired by Nature and we are going to inherit all its users!), a brand new bounded context that we have the opportunity of managing in a DDD way… I will try to be a little more talkative about this project than I were while at Electronic Arts.
In my new job at Electronic Arts we are fortunate enough to work with Microsoft’s latest technologies. We are developing web applications and, as every good developer out there I like to test as many things as it is possible and practical.