Author: JT Smith
For a while it looked as though Ruby was going to take over the world. With prominent Java developers and propagandists jumping ship, there seemed to be no stopping the momentum. For those .NETters feeling left out of the party, there was the promise of IronRuby to look forward to so they could get in on it too. The cause of all of this fuss is a programming language that is best known for driving a web application development framework called Rails. And if this is all news to you then you’ve obviously not been paying attention for the last couple of years or so.
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