I'm enthusiastic for Open Web, Open Source, Linux, writing code, and I do love Ruby on Rails, and JavaScript, and I am member of the Ubuntu-EG LoCo team.

ahmed's articles

  1. Boosting Your Rails Development Workflow

    This article is mainly for folks that are new to Rails. Most established Rails developers already have a beloved workflow. If you’re new or need a boost to your daily Rails productivity, keep reading! Let’s explore few gems and scripts that will help you get things done faster and better. A quick tip about installing […]

  2. Ruby Social Gems: Facebook

    This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Ruby Social Gems

    This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Ruby Social GemsThis is the third installment in my series about Ruby Social Media Gems. Today, I am focusing on Facebook gems. Koala Gem Koala is a gem that interfaces with the various Facebook APIs (Graph API, REST API, Realtime updates, Test users, and OAuth […]

  3. Ruby Social Gems: Twitter

    This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Ruby Social Gems

    This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Ruby Social GemsIn the previous part of this series, we’ve covered the LinkedIn gem and created a simple application that covered authentication and APIs queries. We are going to build a similar application with the Twitter gem for the same purposes. The Twitter gem, in […]

  4. Ruby Social Gems: LinkedIn

    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Ruby Social Gems

    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Ruby Social GemsIntroduction to the Ruby Social Gems series In this series, we are going to cover gems based around social media and social media services, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and any other suggested gems. LinkedIn Gem The first gem in the series […]

  5. Build Your Own Social Network with Diaspora*: An Introduction

    What’s Diaspora*? Diaspora can be viewed from two different perspectives: first, from an end user’s, who could find Diaspora much similar to other social networks like Google+, Facebook, or even Twitter. I used to think that Diaspora was different, having some unique features until Google+ came and included many of these features. The other angle […]