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Shay Friedman’s comparison of ASP.NET MVC and Ruby on Rails gets redesigned for an NDC 2010 exclusive. Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell joins in and moderates a smackdown between the two leading web frameworks featuring Rob Conery, Chris Hardy, Hadi Hariri, Scott Bellware and of course Shay Friedman. This is you’re chance to be part of a lively discussion which will be broadcasted on the leading .NET talkshow .NET Rocks this summer.
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After having spent many years coding in C#, and after having spent equally as much time in the C# language culture, Ruby seemed like a lot of bad ideas and heresy. In fact, much of Ruby is heretical to a C# or VB.NET mono–culture, but the productivity gains demonstrated by Ruby on Rails teams remains an unavoidable elephant in the room. This presentation looks at C# code examples side by side with some equivalent Ruby code and shines a little light on what it means to have either “ceremony” and …
Have you heard of Ruby? It’s an expressive, malleable, and fun language you can use in any Microsoft .NET-connected application. In this session we look at using IronRuby and the DLR to extend .NET-connected applications, test user interfaces, and even script behavior in the browser.
Ben Hall shows how Ruby testing tools can help with .NET and ASP.NET development and takes a look at RSpec, Webrat, Cucumber, Selenium and others. Also: a peek at using IronRuby for testing .NET apps.
Learn how to use the Microsoft Visual Basic/C# DLR integration to test a statically-typed application with IronRuby. See how to develop a Silverlight application end-to-end with IronRuby, and how programming with dynamic languages helps improve the dev experience.