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Date: 2008-02-06
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Ruby on Rails Beyond the Basics: Offlining Ruby Docs
Host Kevin Skoglund discusses offlining and freezing Ruby Docs
In this video, host Kevin Skoglund takes a look at Ruby Documentation, and how to work when you are not online, and place it on your computer. He notes the importance of having the documentation available, especially when you are not online, such as when you are in an airplane.

Ruby on Rails Beyond the Basics: Updating Projects
Expert instructor Kevin Skoglund teaches comprehensive techniques for web developers who already feel comfortable with the fundamentals of Ruby and the Rails MVC framework. In this video, host Kevin Skoglund discusses how to update a project that was created in a previous version of Rails, so that when you delete the previous version, none of the projects are looking for the information in the prvious version.

Ruby on Rails Beyond the Basics: Introdution to the Ruby Language
In this video, host Kevin Skoglund discusses what you can do with the Ruby language and explore more of what you can do with Rails, by building a project. He covers new techniques with Ruby on Rails. He stresses that each chapter in the tutorial will be a building block to garner a complete understanding of the framework with what you can do with Ruby on Rails.

Behavior-Based Internet Advertising
Who Is Watching You?
Have you ever been surfing the web and come upon Internet advertising that provides a direct solution for something that you've been researching lately? Did you think that it might be related to your computer cookies, or did you chalk it up to serendipity?

Your Risk Management Process - A Practical and Effective Approach
A good risk management process is critical in cutting down on surprises
Some experts have said that a strong risk management process can decrease problems on a project by as much as 80 or 90 percent. In combination with solid project management practices?having a well-defined scope, incorporating input from the appropriate stakeholders, following a good change management process, and keeping open the lines of communication?a good risk management process is critical in cutting down on surprises, or unexpected project risks.

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