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  • Ruby on Rails Relevance to Startups – Sumanth Krishna. A This was presented @ Barcamp5 held at Hyderabad, sponsored by Google Engineering Hyderabad :)‏
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    • 1. Ruby on Rails relevance to Startups Sumanth Krishna. A
    • 2. ???
    • 3. Startups
      • Startups require happy developers
      • Startups require quick ramp-up
      • Startups require flexibility in the code
      • Startups require us to listen first
      • In to Market @ the earliest
      • What startups often don’t need
    • 4. To name Few http://www.suggestica.com/ http://www.ipolipo.com/ http://www.atuitu.com/
    • 5. Rails – In 10 points
    • 6. Rails – In 10 points
      • Don’t Repeat Yourself
      • Convention Over Configuration
      • Model View Controller
      • Agile Development
      • Configuring DB
      • ActiveRecord (Built-in ORM support)‏
      • CRUD – operations
      • Generators
      • Migrations
      • Partials
    • 7. Convention over Configuration
      • In models
    • 8. MVC
    • 9. Agile Development
    • 10. DB Configuration
    • 11. ActiveRecord
      • ORM concept
      • Classes Tables
      • Objects Rows
      • Properties Columns
    • 12. CRUD
      • Create
      • Read
      • Update
      • Delete
        • Without using SQL syntax directly
    • 13. Rails – In 10 points
      • Don’t Repeat Yourself
      • Convention Over Configuration
      • Model View Controller
      • Agile Development
      • Configuring DB
      • ActiveRecord (Built-in ORM support)‏
      • CRUD – operations
      • Generators
      • Migrations
      • Partials
    • 14. Dave’s Likes
    • 15.  
    • 16. Folder Structure
    • 17. Few Resources
    • 18. FAQ
    • 19. More...
      • Ruby on Rails workshop on 8 th March, 2008.
      • www.twincling.org
      • http://sumanthtechsavvy.blogspot.com
    • 20. Thanks
      • Ramesh Rajamani www.techmasala.com
      • Saifi Khan www.twincling.org
      • Nanda Gopal www.atuitu.com
      • Hareesh Kumar scintillator.blogspot.com