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RubyNation Recap

Recently I had the honor of being able to speak for a second time at Rubynation in Washington DC. Rubynation is a two day, dual track conference that focuses on Ruby and related technologies. Speaking On The Second Day This

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Getting Started With Google Glass Development Using Ruby, the Mirror API and Heroku

While Google Glass is a Android device, you don’t need to be an Android developer to start to create apps for it. What is the Mirror API The Mirror API is a Google API based cloud service that hooks into

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Getting Started with PhoneGap on Google Glass

Until last December your only option as a non-Google employee for developing Glass applications was to use the Mirror API. While the Mirror API is relatively easy to use, especially as a Rubyist, it has limited functionality. Now that the

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Rubyconf Taiwan 2014 Recap

Last month I had the honor of being able to speak at Rubyconf Taiwan with a talk about Analytics for the Busy Ruby Developer.  Rubyconf Taiwan is a two day,  two track conference dedicated to all things Ruby that had

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WearScript, Google Glass, and Keynote Speaker Notes

I’ve been a Glass explorer since December of 2013. If you’ve seen me around since then, you’d know that I’m usually wearing my Glass when I’m out and about. Some of its preinstalled apps, such as the one for navigation,

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