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    Fisl6 Fisl6 Presentation Transcript

    • Ruby on Rails David Heinemeier Hansson
    • Web application framework
    • Web application template
    • Just fill in the blanks All those little things Convention over Config But it’s all infrastructure!
    • Java meets PHP
    • Architectural purity of Java Easy immediacy of PHP Quick without getting dirty
    • No single, big innovation
    • A 37signals extraction
    • http://www.basecamphq.com
    • http://www.backpackit.com
    • http://www.tadalist.com
    • More practical than clever Solving real problems
    • The Whirlwind Tour
    • A full stack
    • Ruby in five E’s
    • Everything is an object Elegant blocks of inline joy Exploring with reflection Extending at runtime Extensive standard library
    • Domain languages
    • Who cares?
    • “In 1981, when I started working on Unix, I remember being blown away by the power of the command-line pipes-and-filters paradigm. I’ve worked with lots of programming environments since then, but none of them gave me that feeling of being able to write a solution so well that working code just flew off of my fingers. Until now: Ruby on Rails achieves for web programming the same sort of conceptual leap that Unix made for file-handling. You’ve got to try it!” Bruce Perens
    • 60,000+ downloads
    • “Most web frameworks force the developer to focus on the needs of the framework. You spend your time configuring X, or interfacing between Y and Z. Rails isn't like that. With Rails you focus on delivering value to your users. Everything else just gets taken care of. Rails finally brings agility to the web.” Dave Thomas
    • 10 job openings in May
    • “Ruby on Rails is astounding. Using it is like watching a kung-fu movie, where a dozen bad-ass frameworks prepare to beat up the little newcomer only to be handed their asses in a variety of imaginative ways” Nathan Torkington
    • 5 books announced
    • Learn more
    • http://www.rubyonrails.org
    • http://www.rubyonrails.com.br
    • Questions? david@loudthinking.com