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· 15 min read
Tomás Müller

Back in 2013, AWS was announcing a new service called OpsWorks. Let's have a look at its actual state and how you can deploy your Ruby on Rails applications there.

· 4 min read
Tomás Müller

Graphs are data structures highly useful to understand and represent many real-world problems in all kinds of areas such as business, government, and science.

To take advantage of graph databases we don't need to take a Masters in Graph Theory. Instead of that, we must understand what a graph is, and be able to build one by drawing it on a paper.

· 5 min read
Tomás Müller

Have you ever heard about VoiceXML? It's a W3C standard that allows you to build web pages that are accessed by voice! It can be used for services like travel tickets selling, hotel reservation, bank account information and so on. In this post, I'll give you a general view of how to make a basic hotel reservation application with VoiceXML and how to run it using Glassfish and MySQL.