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I'm Ryan Lowe, a Software Engineering graduate living in Ottawa, Canada. I like agile software development and Ruby on Rails.
I write this blog in Canadian English and don't use a spell checker. Typos happen.
» Full-time Ruby on Rails freelancer
» Full-time with Rails since May 2005
» Former committer for RadRails (now Aptana)
» I also have a few Rails side-projects in development:
1. wheretogoinTO.com Toronto nightlife
2. Hey Heads Up! TODO list and sharing
3. Layered Genealogy family history research
4. foos for foosball scoring
5. fanconcert for music fans (on hold)
Hiring Rails developers? I can telecommute by the hour from Ottawa, Canada
»» Email: rails AT ryanlowe DOT ca
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Derek Lowe's (Ryan's older brother) words at Ryan's funeral
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Just got a copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 in the mail today, which I'm looking forward to checking out to see how much has changed since I compared the older Visual Studio .NET and Eclipse. Notice that VS 2005 doesn't explicitly mention .NET.
So naturally I'm looking for a "real" project to do in it. If a great idea for a project doesn't fall out of the sky, I'll probably write Tetris (TM) in .NET again. The first time I wrote it a hard drive crash erased the source code. :S Though I do still have the compiled version somewhere.
Update: I'll check out the .NET options for reading id3 tags, and if they are lacking I might port jid3rL to the .NET framework.Posted at August 25, 2004 at 01:28 PM EST
Last updated August 25, 2004 at 01:28 PM EST