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Independent Dev.


Apr
24
awarded  Peer Pressure
Nov
21
awarded  Yearling
Sep
2
comment Ruby on Rails downsides and caveats
W.R.T Rails 3.1 Sass & CoffeeScript are defaults that can easily be turned off. In fact "normal" CSS will just work since Rails 3.1 uses the SCSS syntax of SASS. You could use them but you aren't under any compulsion. W.R.T Git I think Linus explains it better why you should really be using a DVCS like Git, regardless of what framework you use. youtube.com/watch?v=4XpnKHJAok8
Jun
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
13
comment Do you keep your ideas secret? and why?
@Scrooge About the "Cannot become future stakeholders", well, those people are usually straight-forward in their views if you ask for an honest opinion. They either give it the praise it deserves &/or point out challenges."Future Stake Holders" may give you a biased opinion and may not be in the best position to give you a neutral and honest opinion,which is vital. About "those who can't "comprehend" it fully", well I never said you share it with every Joe you know. You pick someone who's close to you, who's aware of the concepts that your idea is based on & the problems its trying to solve.
Feb
26
comment What programming language and framework has best support for agile web development?
This question's title seems like a rhetoric tag-line for the Ruby on Rails framework. Look no further than the ever-improving RoR framework!
Jan
23
answered Will I be majorly disadvantaged learning Ruby with Rails version prior to 3?
Jan
21
answered Software Design: Build it fast or build it well?
Jan
8
comment The most mind-bending programming language?
I'm just going to believe this answer was sarcastic. :p
Jan
4
answered Do you keep your ideas secret? and why?
Dec
17
awarded  Teacher
Dec
17
answered Is there a canonical book on Ruby on Rails?
Dec
2
awarded  Supporter
Nov
21
awarded  Autobiographer