I've been using it since well before 1.0 release. I was a very early adopter. But the people worldwide who could qualify for 5+ years experience is probably only ~1K, maybe less, I'd guess. So, basically ridiculous for a job requirement... I don't even qualify! :) My wwr profile says I've only been using it 4 years and 8 months.
If someone does want a 5+ year Rails veteran they'll probably need to pay $250K+ salary I'd guess. I wonder what DDH makes... :)
On Feb 19, 2010, at 12:39 PM, Davey Strus wrote:
I swear I saw job postings seeking 5 years of RoR experience in 2007.
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 12:37 PM, David Woodward <[address removed]>
I built a production app on Rails 0.9! (It was a pod-casting application for a radio station that ran in an iframe on their main site). I think it was version 0.10 by the time it launched...
On 2/19/10 12:18 PM, dsp wrote:
Dan Trietsch<[address removed]> writes:
David Heinemeier Hansson is the only one qualified.
Not quite. Rails was open sourced in 2004, and there were a lot
of people using it well before 1.0.