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It was just confirmed this morning. For those of you familiar with the world of Ruby you are most certainly familiar with the popular RadRails plugin for Eclipse!  From RadRails.org,

RadRails is an integrated development environment for the Ruby on Rails framework. The goal of this project is to provide Rails developers with everything they need to develop, manage, test and deploy their applications. Features include source control, debugging, WEBrick servers, generator wizards, syntax highlighting, data tools and much much more.  The RadRails IDE is built on the Eclipse RCP, and includes the Subclipse plug-in and the RDT plug-ins. The RadRails tools are also available as Eclipse plug-ins.

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Both Kyle Shank and Matt Kent from RadRails have decided to join the SDN Day and SDN Clubhouse during the Amsterdam TechEd, taking place this year from October 17 to the 20th! Make sure you sign up early for the SDN Day so you have a chance to meet Kyle and Matt and check out their session; then be sure to stop by the SDN Clubhouse during the rest of TechEd where the two can be found.  A little background on Kyle,

Kyle Shank is a 4th year Software Engineering major at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is the lead developer on both the RadRails and Rubish projects. Kyle has been developing on the web since 1996 and has a background in Java, Perl and PHP. In addition to Rails related open source projects he has been an active developer within the Drupal and Scoop CMS communities.

A little background on Matt,

Matt is a fourth-year Software Engineering student at Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a developer on the RadRails project and also on the forthcoming Hedgehog project. He has a background in J2EE and is eager to leave that behind for a future in Rails.

For more information please visit RadRails!

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