Ruby on Rails Thursday, July 24, 2014

I am currently recruitng for a number of Ruby on Rails positions across the NW and London. Salary depending on experience. Please get in touch. Email michael.aspinall@modis.co.uk or call 02070386425 

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I try not to look at technologies as competing. The tools you use to build your application is really inconsequential. 
They say use the right tool for the right job. Technology is just a tool, to say use this one or that one is not very helpful. When assessing what technology to use at a company, the most important things to ask is, what are we building? What's our deadline? Whats the proficiency of our developers and their preference?

Going with Rails or .Net or PHP or Node boils down to developer preference and skills, project requirements. 

It's like asking Mac or PC.....for an office.

On Wednesday, July 23, 2014 1:10:57 PM UTC-4, Master Thesis Sqore wrote:
Hi guys,

I guess most of you usually click ignore when you see an email asking for a survey.

Yes, we are doing a survey as well, but very differently :) We are asking for opinions that will lead to a great value for all of you, with your contribution.

Long story short, the goal is to help small medium companies with how to make choices from tons of available technologies when it comes to building web applications. Programming language, framework, database, frontend, hosting, developing tools, there are literally hundreds of technologies available out there.

For doing that, we need to know what criteria people like you value the most while choosing technology stack in Web Development.

We'll of course send a result to you if interested. The raw result might look like [http://bit.ly/1pcC88B]. And then we'll carry out analysis on technologies based on the top rated criteria. Apart from that, we'll also present real cases from companies about how they make choices and build things.

Oh by the way, it's for a Master Thesis, and we are doing it at Sqore, one of the coolest startups in Sweden, and KTH, Royal Institute of Technology.

Thank you very much.

Chu Zhu (c...@sqore.com)
Weiyan Shao (wei...@kth.se)


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Rails comes with Test Unit......http://guides.rubyonrails.org/v3.2.13/testing.html

On Thursday, July 24, 2014 2:23:46 AM UTC-4, Jason Hsu, Rubyist wrote:
Are there any good tutorials on testing a Rails app WITHOUT the aid of RSpec?  Testing at railstutorial.org revolves around RSpec.  However, I need to learn about testing (such as unit testing and frame testing) WITHOUT RSpec so that I can contribute to projects that don't use it. 

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