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28-Jan-2020 01:28

The context of this post is comparing the two specifically for web development. Many developers want to know what are the benefits/shortcomings of both ecosystems and genuinely just want a clear answer. In many cases, yes you can just boil it down to a preference. What I absolutely love about PHP is its simplicity and relatively shallow learning curve.

I had been wanting to get into Ruby on Rails and had played with it since version 1 but never had the chance to really use it in production seriously until this past year with Ballistiq.

It’s unfortunate but is just one of the side effects of working with a language that has evolved rapidly.

One thing that drives us crazy at Ballistiq is going into projects where we have to upgrade or maintain applications written with old PHP.

The companion screencast series includes 14 individual lessons, one for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book.

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I had been wanting to get into Ruby on Rails and had played with it since version 1 but never had the chance to really use it in production seriously until this past year with Ballistiq.

It’s unfortunate but is just one of the side effects of working with a language that has evolved rapidly.

One thing that drives us crazy at Ballistiq is going into projects where we have to upgrade or maintain applications written with old PHP.

The companion screencast series includes 14 individual lessons, one for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book.

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The user comments really help and there is a lot of example code that shows you how to solve common problems.