Ruby Programming

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    iTechArt has specialized in Ruby on Rails (ROR) development and
    provides a complete software outsourcing services for web development
    solutions based on Ruby. We suggest use Ruby framework for developing
    database-backed web applications with Ajax on front-end because it's a
    great fit for practically any type of web application: collaboration,
    community, e-commerce, content management and statistics.

    Ruby development environment and technologies:

    * Ruby On Rails development framework
    * MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Oracle, MS SQL Server, DB2
    * RadRails IDE, ActionWebservice for Ruby
    * Linux, Apache, lighttpd
    * OOP and software development
    * Search engines optimization



    http://www.itechart.com/Pages/Subsections/RubyDevelopment.aspx
     
    , Jan 19, 2008
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  2. schrieb:
    > iTechArt has specialized in Ruby on Rails (ROR) development and
    > provides a complete software outsourcing services for web development
    > solutions based on Ruby. We suggest use Ruby framework for developing
    > database-backed web applications with Ajax on front-end because it's a
    > great fit for practically any type of web application: collaboration,
    > community, e-commerce, content management and statistics.
    >
    > Ruby development environment and technologies:
    >
    > * Ruby On Rails development framework
    > * MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Oracle, MS SQL Server, DB2
    > * RadRails IDE, ActionWebservice for Ruby
    > * Linux, Apache, lighttpd
    > * OOP and software development
    > * Search engines optimization
    >
    >
    >
    > http://itechart.is.stupid/foo.aspx



    Funny. Either rails isn't so good for the company's own website - which
    I doubt - or they don't know as much about it as they claim....

    link changed to prevent proper indexing ...


    Diez
     
    Diez B. Roggisch, Jan 19, 2008
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