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John J. wrote:
If you’ve got several years with mod_perl, you’d probably save
yourselves a load of money, just take a week away from everything else
with a few good books. If you’ve got a group working on things together
you’ll get it down in a month flat.
Basic Rails is pretty simple once it sinks in. Save the training
consultant for the more complicated stuff.
I disagree with this point of view. I’m guessing there are budgets and
deadlines – this is a corporate project, not something somebody is
doing as a hobby or as an open source community thing. Get the training
- – it’s worth every penny of it and probably will have a major
in terms of quality of your application and the speed at which you
I’m learning Ruby from books and from hands-on experience, but it’s not
something I expect to use in my day job. If they asked me to become a
Rails developer and offered formal training, I’d jump at the chance!
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