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The Limited Red Society Bio Joshua Kerievsky has been programming professionally since 1987, and is the founder of Industrial Logic (http://industriallogic.com), a company specializing in Extreme Programming (XP). Joshua has been an active member of the XP and patterns communities, he wrote a book called Refactoring To Patterns and he created Industrial Extreme Programming. The Limited Red Society
Vimcasts Support Neovim! I’ve sometimes wondered what could lure me to switch from Vim to another text editor. On the whole I’m happy with Vim, but the one thing that bothers me is the cruft that has accumulated over the course of 20+ years. Imagine Vim, but without the nocompatible option.

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Using Git in Ruby Applications - Scott Chacon :: tutorial, videos, articles, screencast to learn technology" This talk will demonstrate different ways you can use Git in your Ruby applications using Grit, the main binding library for Git in Ruby. A basic overview of how Git stores data will be followed by a few examples of using Git as a data storage mechanism in real life Ruby applications. Examples that might be shown include building a simple Git repository browser in Ruby, implementing a content distribution or ?le backup system, writing a wiki using Git as a document oriented database, or storing metadata (docs or tickets) for an application in a separate Git branch automatically in Ruby. Using Git in Ruby Applications - Scott Chacon :: tutorial, videos, articles, screencast to learn technology"
In this episode we are going to start to take a look at the Lucene.Net Search Engine Library. Lucene.Net is a source code, class-per-class, API-per-API and algorithmatic port of the Java Lucene search engine to the C# and .NET platform utilizing Microsoft .NET Framework. In this episode we will learn the basics needed to simply get Lucene.net up and running. Dime Casts.Net -- Inform and Educate in ~10 Minutes or Less Dime Casts.Net -- Inform and Educate in ~10 Minutes or Less