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Ivan Porto Carrero interviewed on InfoQ

My friend Ivan, blogger, writer and coder extraordinaire has been interviewed on InfoQ, a main-stream enterprise development portal, about his new opensource project IronNails. Ivan started this project a few days ago because, while working on same samples for his book about IronRuby, he had this vision of a Rail like development for WPF and Silverlight applications, based on the MVC pattern. And here it is: announced on his blog (which, by the way, has a new awesome skin), published on git, and got a lot of media attention. Read the complete article here: Talking with Ivan Porto Carrero about IronNails. Congratulations Ivan! IronRuby, Ivan,...

IronRuby in Action by Ivan

Yet another friend of mine is writing a book. After Keyvan with his "Professional Visual Studio Extensibility", today Ivan Porto Carrero announced his book IronRuby in Action. It will be published by Manning and, as always with them, a Early Access Preview is available. Congratulations Ivan for your first book!! IronRuby, Ivan

IronRuby book by Ivan Porto Carrero

I thought I already mentioned it previously, but probably the things that happened to me in the last month made me forget to mention it. But going to the point, my Belgian Kiwi friend Ivan is starting to write a book about IronRuby. Congratulations Ivan!! Technorati tags: IronRuby, Ivan, book

One of the smartest .NET guy in Wellington moves to Subtext

Ivan, the Belgian .NET developer and member of the Wellington.NET user group just moved his blog from DasBlog to Subtext. He is a very smart guy, with lot of interesting opinions about development, not only .NET but also Ruby and other "cool" languages, so if are not already subscribed to his blog I encourage you to do so. He also decided to stop developing nBlogr, his own blogging engine: it's always sad when someone decides to stop developing his own project for lack of time. Hopefully Ivan will contribute to Subtext, and with the plugin framework we are adding to Poseidon, he will...