Category: Agile

Discussion regarding Agile and Incremental development practices.

Final content of the “Rapid Rails with Hobo” book is in place

This “FINAL DRAFT” version has content locked down, but has pending edits. included in this release is: 1. “What is Hobo” by Tom Locke 2. “Rapid Summary” tag libraries documentation 3. Updated eight-page index […]

“Rapid Rails with Hobo” Draft #10 with Index

This is the first pass at including a significant index of terms in the book… MS Word Version: RAPID_RAIL_WITH_HOBO_DRAFT_10-2009-12-06-3

Content locked down for “Rapid Rails with Hobo” book

See pge 468 for Kristian Mandrup’s updated tutorial on exploring Hobo DRYML with his advanced tracing utility. With that addition all content is now locked down.  Much editing to do and finally and index […]

Draft # 7 of “Rapid Rails with Hobo” available

See two new sections: Tutorial 22 – Using Hobo Lifecycles for Workflow – Venka Ashtakala In Chapter 7 -Exploring DRYML with the Advanced Trace Utility – Kristian Mandrup Word Doc: RAPID_RAIL_WITH_HOBO_DRAFT_7-2009-10-31-4 PDF: RAPID_RAIL_WITH_HOBO_DRAFT_7-2009-10-31-4

Draft # 6 of “Rapid Rails with Hobo”

New Table of Contents,  a tutorial on using FusionCharts with Hobo, and an enhanced/edited “Chapter 7 – Hobo Under the Hood”. rapid_rails_with_hobo-draft-2009-10-27-6 CHAPTER 1 – WHAT IS HOBO? CHAPTER 2 – INSTALLATION Install Ruby, […]

Draft # 5 of “Rapid Rails with Hobo”

* now 278 items in the List of Figures * Style and spelling edits RAPID_RAILS_WITH_HOBO-DRAFT-2009-10-16-4 RAPID_RAILS_WITH_HOBO-DRAFT-2009-10-16-4

“Rapid Rails”: First four chapters are now in draft format for review

What is Hobo? Hobo is a development toolset that simplifies, accelerates, and significantly reduces the cost of creating and maintaining data-rich web applications.  It provides advanced tools for novice programmers and a feature-rich advanced […]

Hobo 0.8.5 Released

The latest version of Hobo is a real leap forward for Agile development on Rails. We are using this now at USDA to increase our efficiency in responding to continual new demands for enhancements