- My Virtual TechEd Session What is Project Rome? got posted. It’s only 8 minutes long, so as you might expect it’s fairly high level. Thanks to Jon Flanders for handling interview duty.
- QUT’s Garden Point Ruby.NET compiler is now the Ruby.NET open source project.
- The NHL is partnering with NeuLion to provide IPTV services for NHL team websites. They piloted with the Islanders last season. Wouldn’t it be cool to get my favorite team’s IPTV channel on my Xbox 360?
- Speaking of Hockey,
- Speaking of Video Games, the XNA Dream-Build-Play contest is over. You can see and download some of the submitted games over on Ziggyware. Some of them look awesome. (via Michael Klucher)
- I said on Wednesday that it was a slow week. It may be, but I’ve also been less than motivated on pretty much all geek fronts this week. Not sure why.
Speaking of Ruby on .NET, check out http://www.sapphiresteel.com/. I am not affliated with them at all. I bought a copy and it rocks. Bascially it is a Visual Studio add-in for writing Ruby code as well as a strong focus on Rails applications. One thing that really spoiled me with all of these years of C#...Intellisense. Ruby on it's own has no Intellisense but with this tool you get great Intellisense and the support if great. Again, not affiliated with them but happy with the product. They don't seem to get a ton of coverage out there, I think they deserve more.