Sponsoring Ruby

Once more, Moove-it proudly sponsors two of the most relevant events of the Ruby community: KeepRubyWeird 2016 in Austin, Texas, and RubyConf 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Announcing the Mastering Ruby program

After almost two years of successfully running our induction process and improving it, we asked ourselves: why don’t we design a training program, inspired by Moove-it’s Induction—as we call it—, aimed at developers who want to convert to Ruby? Which is what we did.

We run Montevideo 2011 – 10K Nike competition

Last Saturday a group of brave Moovetians decided to accept the challenge and run the Nike 10K competition. Nike 10K consist in running 10 kms along the coastline through some Montevideo’s neighborhoods enjoying the beautiful landscape. Take a look at the pictures. The whole team  Silvana, Martin and Nicolas Ariel before breaking the finish ribbon … Continued

Damian Arrillaga’s ROBOT story

Writing about these things makes my day. Today:  Damian Arrillaga’s ROBOT story. Damian is a very young and clever System Engineering student from the State University of Uruguay; he is also an important member of our team. He is simply brilliant. I have no other words to describe him. His interest in Robotics started in … Continued

JPA @OneToMany – I want a foreign key. I don’t want a Join table

Suppose you have this two entities: PhoneList and Phone. PhoneList have a @OneToMany to Phone. (I need only a unidirectional relationship) Something like: @OneToMany(cascade=CascadeType.ALmappedBy=”phoneList”) public List<Phone> getPhones() { return phones;

The phone entity doesn’t have nothing special. If you deploy those entities your JPA provider will create 3 tables. One table for each entity … Continued

Open Coffee Show Montevideo

As Saul Klein wrote on his blog, the Open Coffee Show is: “an attempt to establish recognized, open and regular meeting places where entrepreneurs can meet with investors (and anyone else who fancies coming along) in a totally informal setting.” This initiative was “imported” to Uruguay by my friend and partner Conrado Viña.  Nowadays is … Continued

Hotmail sends my mails to junk! why?

Ok, first of all i’m a good guy and I’m not a spammer. I’m simply developing a SN and I want to send mails between its members. I have everything nicely configurated (SPF, DomainKeys, reverse DNS for the mail server, all the stuff). Why do my mails go to the junk folder? Hotmail has as … Continued