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Wednesday, 30. July 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

30/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-fifth edition:

Laura:
  • RubyCritic – Quality reports of your ruby code
  • Search GitHub issues like

30/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-fifth edition:

Laura:

Friday, 25. July 2014

Vienna.rb Meetups

RailsRumble 2014

♦vienna.rb

Last year we loosely organized a RailsRumble / encouraged you guys to join the worldwide hackathon. For this year's edition sektor5 offers desk space to vienna.rb members looking to join in on the fun. But of course you can work from anywhere you'd like!

As a contestant, your team has exactly 48 hours to develop your web based application during the Rumble. The

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Last year we loosely organized a RailsRumble / encouraged you guys to join the worldwide hackathon. For this year's edition sektor5 offers desk space to vienna.rb members looking to join in on the fun. But of course you can work from anywhere you'd like!

As a contestant, your team has exactly 48 hours to develop your web based application during the Rumble. The competition kicks off at 12:00AM UTC / 00:00 UTC on October 18th, 2014 and will end at 11:59PM / 23:59 UTC on October 19th, 2014.*

Let us know by RSVP-ing that you're interested in joining the event - and form teams in the comments! Happy hacking <3



Now of course there are *some* rules (http://blog.railsrumb...), like: all applications must be built using Ruby on Rails or another Rack-based Ruby web framework. Teams must be comprised of between one and four individuals and to be eligible, teams must register during the defined registration period (Oct. 6th - 12th). You don’t need to hack Ruby or Rails to participate. We encourage front end designers to get involved too! 

Your team will be provided with a free app and Git repository, courtesy of Heroku that you must use. The *.r14.railsrumble.com subdomained URLs RailsRumble provides are the official URLs judges will be sent to.

Third party software, in the form of RubyGems are allowed, even encouraged, but should be documented. Stock photography, icon sets, and publicly available templates are allowed. Teams are prohibited from commissioning or otherwise paying for any content that is created specifically for the application as opposed to being publicly available for everyone’s use.

What you do with your source once the competition is over is up to you. You are not to reveal any user information to any third party, except when required by law. If you choose to continue developing your application after the Rumble has ended, you are required to notify users of any changes in your privacy policy, so they can remove the information if they so choose.

A set of competitor judges (to qualify as a competitor judge, you must ship an application by the end of the competition) will pick their favorite applications and rank them. At the end of the competition, these rankings will be combined to find the top 10 overall winners, ranked 1 through 10. Additionally, a special “Best Solo” award will be given based on rankings. Separate from judges, any member of the public may also pick their favorite application. At the end of the competition, the application that receives the most favorites from the public will receive a special “Public Favorite” award.


* You can, of course, work on the concept for your application before the competition starts, including paper and / or digital mockups of the user interface and database entity diagrams. However, no production assets of any kind can be created until the start of the official competition period.


Vienna - Austria

Saturday, October 18 at 10:00 AM

Attending: 7

Details: http://www.meetup.com/vienna-rb/events/197015742/

Wednesday, 23. July 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

23/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-fourth edition:

Laura:
  • Ruby on Kindle – Want to have Ruby running on your Kindle Paperwhite? Yep. We tho

23/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-fourth edition:

Laura:

Friday, 18. July 2014

Rubyslava (Bratislava.rb Meetups)

Rubyslava / PyVo #41 - Community Edition, 30th July 2014

Rubyslava / PyVo #41 - Community Edition - 30th July 2014

♦ Slovakia / Bratislava

Topics: Ruby

Wednesday, 16. July 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

16/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-third edition:

Laura:
  • Mutant – Mutation testing with Mutant
  • Soundcloud CLI – 99.5% Ruby!<

16/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-third edition:

Laura:

Wednesday, 09. July 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

09/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-second edition:

Laura:
  • Introducing the Revert button – Easily revert a pull request on GitHub
  • R

09/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-second edition:

Laura:
Alex:
  • Team Structure – Why Yammer Believes the Traditional Engineering Organizational Structure is Dead
  • Kata 1.6.1 – A language for describing and taking code katas
  • MacDown – MacDown is an open source Markdown editor for OS X

Wednesday, 02. July 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

02/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-first edition:

Laura:
  • Postgres Bits – The bits you haven’t found
  • Why’s Estate &ndas

02/07 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixty-first edition:

Laura:
  • Postgres Bits – The bits you haven’t found
  • Why’s Estate – A list of everything that _why has published on the internet
  • Keep Ruby Weird – Sounds like an exciting concept for Austin’s newest ruby conference..

Vienna.rb Meetups

Ruby Burgers!

♦vienna.rb

Hi everyone!
Yes, we have decided to schedule our very own Ruby Burgers. We'd love to have you there! 

On the agenda:
- Eating
- Eating
- Eating
- Socialising! 

We've decided to go with Chiq Chaq - the burgers are really good, they have chilli-cheese fries (!!!) and every burger on the menu has a vegetarian variation. It's

photovienna.rb

Hi everyone!
Yes, we have decided to schedule our very own Ruby Burgers. We'd love to have you there! 

On the agenda:
- Eating
- Eating
- Eating
- Socialising! 

We've decided to go with Chiq Chaq - the burgers are really good, they have chilli-cheese fries (!!!) and every burger on the menu has a vegetarian variation. It's apparently not going to be too warm on Thursday, so sitting inside shouldn't be a problem. We have a reservation for ~15 people at 7pm, please be somewhat punctual and let us know on time (aka Wednesday evening or Thursday 10am latest) if you can't make it. Thank you! (:

See you there!

Vienna - Austria

Thursday, July 3 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 17

Details: http://www.meetup.com/vienna-rb/events/190931942/

Thursday, 26. June 2014

Brněnské PyVo + BRUG (Brno.rb Meetups)

Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Bitva tří císařů, 31st July to 1st August 2014

Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Bitva tří císařů - 31st July to 1st August 2014

♦ Czech Republic / Slavkov u Brna

Wednesday, 25. June 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

25/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixtieth edition:

Laura:
  • Introducing Lotus – A complete web framework for Ruby
  • PGExercises – Ca

25/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the sixtieth edition:

Laura:
Guest picks by Floor:

Wednesday, 18. June 2014

Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

18/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fifty-ninth edition:

Laura:
  • Ngrok – Easily expose a local web server to the internet
  • Locking conversa

18/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fifty-ninth edition:

Laura:
Guest picks by Floor:
  • Floor – of course I need to mention this ‘simple and lightweight foundation for web applications written in Rust’.
  • Learn Rust – … now WITH live editor and everything.
  • octicons – GitHub open sourced their icon font. Move over font awesome!

Wednesday, 04. June 2014

Vienna.rb Meetups

Vienna FooBarBQ I

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It's almost summer time! Time to get out of the office and into the wild. Close your laptop, put on your flip flops and join us for the first

Vienna FooBarBQ June 6, 18:00 Grillplatz 9, Donauinsel (www.wien.gv.a...)

How to get there: Take the U2 to Donaustadtbrücke and cross the Neue Donau. Turn to the right after the bridge and follow the road for about 700m.<

photovienna.rb

It's almost summer time! Time to get out of the office and into the wild. Close your laptop, put on your flip flops and join us for the first

Vienna FooBarBQ June 6, 18:00 Grillplatz 9, Donauinsel (https://www.wien.gv.a...)

How to get there: Take the U2 to Donaustadtbrücke and cross the Neue Donau. Turn to the right after the bridge and follow the road for about 700m.

We will be setting up a way to prepay if you want real American hamburgers (best you will ever eat) and beer. Just send 10EUR to aaron at aaroncruz dot com on paypal if you want to reserve some meat and beer!

Bring your favorite drinks, food, beach games, musical instruments,…

We'll meet at 6pm at the Grillplatz and we'll stay until the mosquitos defeat us.

Vienna - Austria

Friday, June 6 at 6:00 PM

Attending: 2

Details: http://www.meetup.com/vienna-rb/events/187181652/


Vienna.rb News

Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

04/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fifty-seventh edition:

Laura:
  • Markdown Cheatsheet – An intuitive Markdown Cheatsheet
  • Inch – A c

04/06 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fifty-seventh edition:

Laura:
Alex:
Tony:

Open Sports Database and Friends (sport.db, football.db, etc.)

World Cup Query

Hello, I am looking into creating a 2014 World Cup application which will display: fixtures, teams and players. I have looked into: okfnlabs.org/blog/2014/05/06/open-data-world-cup.html github.com/openfootball/world-cup/tree/master/2014--brazil However, I have no idea where to start r
Hello, I am looking into creating a 2014 World Cup application which will display: fixtures, teams and players. I have looked into: http://okfnlabs.org/blog/2014/05/06/open-data-world-cup.html https://github.com/openfootball/world-cup/tree/master/2014--brazil However, I have no idea where to start r

Want to access groups, match time stamp

Urgent need help. I am trying the webadmin to get the information about matches. I am trying the following URL footballdb.herokuapp.com/event/world.2014/rounds This works fine but not give the match time stamp and it's group. How I can get these information. Please help. Thanks
Urgent need help. I am trying the webadmin to get the information about matches. I am trying the following URL http://footballdb.herokuapp.com/event/world.2014/rounds This works fine but not give the match time stamp and it's group. How I can get these information. Please help. Thanks

Tuesday, 03. June 2014

Open Sports Database and Friends (sport.db, football.db, etc.)

campeonato brasileiro

how I can make to add informations for the campeonato brasileiro (brazilian championship) 2014?
how I can make to add informations for the campeonato brasileiro (brazilian championship) 2014?

Monday, 02. June 2014

Open Sports Database and Friends (sport.db, football.db, etc.)

openfootball world db timezones

Hi, thank you very much for your invaluable effort in putting together this data. I am currently writing a program using this data and I wonder whether timezones are included in the data for the WM2014? I need to calculate the starting times to my time. thank you very much, ido
Hi, thank you very much for your invaluable effort in putting together this data. I am currently writing a program using this data and I wonder whether timezones are included in the data for the WM2014? I need to calculate the starting times to my time. thank you very much, ido

Sunday, 01. June 2014

Open Sports Database and Friends (sport.db, football.db, etc.)

Bundesliga Data 1963 - 2014

Hi all, Great project!! Thank you for your work. If you are interested please find attached Bundesliga data 1963 to 2014. Could you make them public if you are interested? (Sorry if the forum is not intended for data input). Sources are the wikibooks package for R (until 2007 or so) and Wikipedia,
Hi all, Great project!! Thank you for your work. If you are interested please find attached Bundesliga data 1963 to 2014. Could you make them public if you are interested? (Sorry if the forum is not intended for data input). Sources are the wikibooks package for R (until 2007 or so) and Wikipedia,

World Cup 2014 Match Picks/Predictions (w/ Open Source Sportbook Rails Web App)

Hello, I've reconfigured the sportbook [1] - an open source Ruby on Rails web app for match picks/predictions - for the World Cup 2014 in Brazil (11 days an counting!). The sportdb gem lets you load the plain text fixtures into your SQL database of choice; see the worldcup.db [2] fixtures in plain
Hello, I've reconfigured the sportbook [1] - an open source Ruby on Rails web app for match picks/predictions - for the World Cup 2014 in Brazil (11 days an counting!). The sportdb gem lets you load the plain text fixtures into your SQL database of choice; see the worldcup.db [2] fixtures in plain

database resources

Wow, this is a first time I see a database for soccer. I am just wondering how this data have been collected. Is it purely done by community or there are other sources? In any case, thank you so much for the work.
Wow, this is a first time I see a database for soccer. I am just wondering how this data have been collected. Is it purely done by community or there are other sources? In any case, thank you so much for the work.

Friday, 30. May 2014

Open Sports Database and Friends (sport.db, football.db, etc.)

HTTP JSON API, player data?

Hi, will i be able to get all players from all teams from json api?
Hi, will i be able to get all players from all teams from json api?

http://footballdb.herokuapp.com/api/v1/event/world.2014/round/1

Hi, I'm trying to know what is the "score1ot" or "score1p" filed ? How do I know which team wons, in egality case ? Thanks
Hi, I'm trying to know what is the "score1ot" or "score1p" filed ? How do I know which team wons, in egality case ? Thanks

Thursday, 29. May 2014

Brněnské PyVo + BRUG (Brno.rb Meetups)

Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Červnové, 26th June 2014

Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Červnové - 26th June 2014

♦ Czech Republic / Brno

Topics: Python

Wednesday, 28. May 2014

Rubyslava (Bratislava.rb Meetups)

Rubyslava / PyVo #40 - Database Edition, 25th June 2014

Rubyslava / PyVo #40 - Database Edition - 25th June 2014

♦ Slovakia / Bratislava

Topics: Database, PostgreSQL, relational databases

pluto/1.0.0 - Ruby/2.0.0 (2013-06-27/x86_64-linux) on Sinatra/1.4.4 (production)