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Why I Love Ruby On Rails

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    Why I Love Ruby On Rails Why I Love Ruby On Rails Presentation Transcript

    • Why I Love Ruby on Rails
    • What is Ruby on Rails?
    • Ruby is object-oriented dynamic programming language simple from outside powerful inside
    • Ruby on Rails Web applications development framework Written in Ruby programming language Extracted from 37signals Basecamp application Open source software Focused on productivity of developers Agile software development approach
    • Main Principles DRY - Don’t Repeat Yourself Convention over Configuration Opinionated software
    • Agile software development User stories Iteration Iteration development Code & tests tasks Pirority Demonstration 1-2 weeks Acceptance Regular planning meetings Production
    • Test Driven Development Create test Execute test Create code Execute test Refactor
    • Simple & Beautiful Code
    • Usability
    • Books
    • Community
    • Open-source culture
    • “Enterprise-ready” Some references...
    • Thanks! Raimonds Simanovskis http://blog.rayapps.com http://github.com/rsim http://elietas.wordpress.com http://ruby.lv