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Ruby on Rails is one of the most popular frameworks that allows startups to deploy their projects within short time. Because of Ruby on Rails’ advantages, many developers are interested in learning Ruby on Rails. In this article we gathered all useful resources that help you to achieve our goal.
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Writing quality bug reports is a skill often overlooked by app development companies. But well-written bug reports can decrease the time between finding a bug and resolving it. Bugs can delay an app’s release, and problems with bugs can quickly spoil relationships with clients. How to avoid this and produce only high quality bug reports is described in our article.
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Last week we started covering the story behind Exposure, the event analytics system processing big data in real time. It is one of the most notable products we’ve been working on lately and it has already been used on such notable events as the International Confex in London and the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Today we continue our story. As you remember, we released the MVP, but it was decided to split the solution into two products and further improve them.
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Often our clients come to us with great ideas, but being the professionals in what they do, they do not necessarily know how we work at RubyGarage, particularly, how we assign different specialists to different projects and why.
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