Practical JRuby on Rails

The time of waiting is over. I have hinted over and over that I’ve been doing some stuff that take lots of time. The first part of this was interviewing for ThoughtWorks, and I told you that a month back. And now I can finally tell you what’s keeping me so busy, that I can’t blog as much as I used to:

I am writing Practical JRuby on Rails: Web 2.0 projects for APress. I have been since late December, and the book is due to be published in October. But you can actually preorder the book today, from Amazon, here.

5 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Peter Krantz

    Interesting! Will there be a thorough deployment chapter? I guess many hope for JRuby to be the holy grail of Rails deployment.

    April 20th, 2007

  2. Ola Bini

    There will absolutely be a chapter focused on deployment. Since that is a major use case for JRuby on Rails, it wouldn’t be fair to leave that out. =)

    April 20th, 2007

  3. Dr Nic

    Congratulations, you are indeed far busier than I already suspected!

    April 20th, 2007

  4. Anders Bengtsson

    I’m ordering a copy if you promise to sign it! :)

    April 20th, 2007

  5. Ola Bini

    Anders, it’s a promise. After the book is published, the next time I’m in Sweden or you’re in London or SF, we’ll make it happen. =)

    April 20th, 2007

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