I first began exploring Ruby on Rails in 2007 at the urging of Tim Rosenblatt. He and I went out to a meeting of the Orlando Java Users Group to see a presentation about this new framework called Rails in a language called Ruby. At the time, I was very interested. However, after I got my position at Bonnier, I wasn’t able to spend the time fully learning RoR. That changed when I switched jobs to Orange Lake.
I’ve been coding in Ruby using Rails for the past four months for Orange Lake Resorts. I wanted to share some of my experiences developing Ruby software in hopes of enlightening people who are unaware of some of the aspects of Ruby on Rails I like best.
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