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About Blog - The official blog of Ruby on Rails. Ruby on Rails, or simply Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a model–view–controller (MVC) framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages.
About Blog - Drifing Ruby Screencasts, DRS, is a collection of tutorial videos and documentation for accomplishing functional concepts. While these videos are not designed for beginners to learn Ruby or one of the accompanying frameworks, it does provide use cases that are commonly found when architecting and developing your application. The main topics covered with these screencasts will be Ruby, Ruby on Rail
Lehi, UT 84043
About Blog - The Ruby Rogues podcast is a panel discussion about topics relating to programming, careers, community, and Ruby. We release a conversation with notable programmers and Rubyists each week to help programmers advance in their careers and skills.
About Blog - GoRails screencasts are here to fill in the gaps, explain the confusing pieces, and give you an understanding you can't find elsewhere. There is a lot of "magic" that happens in Ruby on Rails and it's hard to wrap your head around so many different gems and concepts.
Miami & San Franciso
About Blog - BigBinary is a Ruby on Rails Web and Mobile development and consulting Company based in San Francisco, Miami and Florida. They build Applications using Ruby on Rails, React and React Native.
About Blog - RubyTapas is for the busy Ruby or Rails developer who is ready to reach the next level of code mastery. Short, focused screencasts twice a week will introduce you to a wide variety of intermediate to advanced Ruby concepts and techniques, Object-Oriented design principles, testing practices, refactoring skills, and much more.
About Blog - News for Scrivito Cloud CMS built for Ruby on Rails.
About Blog - Posts by the reinteractive team about web apps & Ruby on Rails development, Rails Ops, User Experience & Design.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog - JetRuby is a Ruby on Rails and Mobile Development Company with seven-year experience in the business and satisfied clients from all over the world.
United States | India | Qatar
About Blog - RailsCarma is a Ruby on Rails Development Company in Bangalore. We specialize in Offshore Ruby on Rails Development based out in USA and India. Hire experienced Ruby on Rails developers for the ultimate Web Experience.
About Blog - A Fresh Cup is Mike Gunderloy's software development weblog, covering Ruby on Rails and whatever else I find interesting in the universe of software. He is a full-time software developer: most of my time in recent years has been spent writing Rails, though I've dabbled in many other things and like most people who have been writing code for decades can learn new stuff as needed.
About Blog - Karol Galanciak - Ruby on Rails and Ember.js consultant, building ambitious and high performant web applications.
About Blog - RailsBridge is working to make tech more diverse and welcoming by teaching programming, connecting human beings, and listening to people's needs. They organize and teach free workshops on Rails, Ruby, and HTML & CSS in cities all over the world, targeted at groups of people that are underrepresented in tech.