NorwichUnited Kingdom NR2 4AR
July 9, 2012
Started to learn Ruby at work, starting with performance monitoring tools, and then slowly moving into more involved development of our Rails app
Networking, better understanding of code practices and patterns using the Ruby framework, sharing of ideas about performance, optimisation and comparisons of other technologies and their usage with current trends
Learning RoR at work, after developing using .Net C# for the last 7 years (focusing on MVC / SQL Server).
Definitely worth being part of..:)