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Name: Gregory Brown
Member since: 2005-12-13 15:07:33
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  • Lead Developer for Ruby Reports
  • Co-author and RubyCentral CodeFest 2005 Grant recipient for Gambit
  • Maintainer for the HighLine library
  • Founder of New Haven Ruby Brigade
  • Blogger on the O'Reilly Ruby Weblog
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    21 Dec 2005 (updated 21 Dec 2005 at 06:03 UTC) »

    Well, the O'Reilly Ruby blog is finally under way, and I am one of the featured developers.

    So if you want to see me (and some really great Rubyists) rant about all things Ruby, check out:

    OriellyNet Ruby

    Well, it's getting really close to release time again for Ruport. I had hoped to get some more bug reports, but it seems so have been mostly quiet lately, which means that I'm just working on the problems I KNOW are there (such as the ODBC bug i fixed the other day) and just documenting, documenting, documenting. I'm going to need to re-read on RDoc, because though I've got the basics down path, it's starting to get messy and I'd like to make it better. I also need to make another one of those spiffy Users Manuals in PDF form. Ugh, all this during finals week :(

    Well, I guess we'll just have to wait and see how this all works out.


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