Wayne Mless info
|location||Port Richey, FL|
|visits||member for||3 years, 6 months|
|seen||Sep 1 '11 at 17:26|
I'm a self-taught developer living in the Tampa Bay area who has mainly spent his career as the one-man "IT Guy" so I have a broader knowledge of business and software than the average developer.
I use C#, constantly try to learn Ruby on Rails, and I've spent a lot of time reading and following blogs from some of the best .NET developers to broaden my knowledge, but jobs around here usually don't follow "best practices" so what I read tends to remain theory.
My ultimate goal is to become a Business/Systems Analyst or technical-oriented Project Manager and move into technology management where I can focus on the high-level analysis and design of software instead of low-level implementation details.
|bio||website||geekswithblogs.com/wmolina||visits||member for||3 years, 6 months|
|location||Port Richey, FL||seen||Sep 1 '11 at 17:26|
How to pick a platform for a startup web 2.0 app?
Yes but RoR is only easy if you're doing (IMHO) rather trivial things. Once you need to introduce real logic then RoR falls flat on it's face since it's designed for relatively simple CRUD work. IMO the only real benefit of RoR is the lower startup costs and the large community behind it.