Rails: The Next Five Years by Yehuda Katz

Rails: The Next Five Years by Yehuda Katz

When Ruby on Rails burst onto the scene in 2004, it excited web developers by showing that you could build next generation apps quickly and efficiently. Rails was one of the first frameworks to embrace Ajax, giving everyone the power to do partial page updates and whiz-bang effects in a conventional, effortless way.

Author: Petr Zaparka

I'm a developer, but I think that communication is the most important aspect of product development. That's the reason why I'm focused on understanding how to talk to my peers and customer by improving my soft skills.

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