Exploring Ruby on Rails

A discussion about the Rails framework, how to build with it and the benefits of Ruby.
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Interesting article

Anonymous's picture

Thank you for the interesting article. We have considering using Ruby for various portions of our web to print solution.

Exploring Ruby on Rails

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Thnaks

jaysmith's picture

really liked the Q&A approach. This article was just what I needed as a newbie who is just getting started with RonR.

Thinking about ruby

Dinesh Sharma's picture

I think that ruby on Rails is an interesting language as well as faster then others but little bit confused that will i be able to develop any kind of application ?

Ruby - For Professionals

Computer Service Bonn's picture

Ruby reminds me on the forecast of gartner, that till 2010 there will be 40% less employment in information technology. The forecast bases on the fact, that productivity in IT increases dramatically. Ruby demonstrates another highly productive environment. It is not neccessary to learn anything, neither design pattern nor programming languages. For Doug Fales who is very experienced in Java, Ruby is a nice trip. But I would not begin with it.

Ruby on Rails Interview

JC's picture

Good job & very interesting!

I really liked the Q&A approach. This article was just what I needed as a newbie who is just getting started with RonR.

My development teams are JAVA and Coldfusion based. They are reluctant to consider RonR, but I am very impressed and will continue down this road.

Regards

John

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