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Ruby on Rails anyone?

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10-25-2008, 02:59 AM
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  Old  Ruby on Rails anyone?

Does anyone else program with Rails?

.NET is going to start using MVC, which is what I love about Rails.

I made one full functioning site with Rails, mySQL and CSS: http://eit-downloads.com/

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06-10-2009, 04:09 AM
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Ruby lover, here.

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We code www.taskcity.com with rubyonrails.

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I am going through the hoops of learning Ruby right now. I have had previous, minor experience with Rails but I would highly recommend learning Ruby beforehand as Rails is just a framework for Ruby.

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I've been programming in Ruby/Rails for a couple years now. As Jake B said, it's definitely worth learning a bit about Ruby before jumping into Rails.

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Just as a heads-up: the Rails 3 beta is out now. http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2010/2...0-beta-release

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love me some RoR. it's just so... simple, haha.

i didn't know that about .NET. looks like i'll have a bit of a head start learning that stuff...

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I was once at crossroads as i wanted to choose either c++, java or ruby. To say no more c++ won the day after a long protracted battle in my head. Ruby came a close second. I think i might just cheat on C++ and give ruby some time

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