Rails is a software library that extends the Ruby programming language. It is software code that is added to the Ruby programming language. Technically, it is a package library (specifically, a RubyGem), that is installed using the operating system command-line interface.
Rails is a framework for building websites. As such, Rails establishes conventions for easier collaboration and maintenance. These conventions are codified as the Rails API (the application programming interface, or directives that control the code).
Rails, in a larger sense, is more than a software library and an API. Rails is the central project of a vast community that produces software libraries that simplify the task of building complex websites.
Members of the Rails community share many core values, often use the same tools, and support each other with an informal network that is built on volunteerism. Overlapping the informal community is an economic network that includes jobs, recruiters, consulting firms, conferences, businesses that build websites with Rails, and investors that fund startups. Rails is popular among web startups, significantly because the pool of open source software libraries (RubyGems, or “gems”) makes it possible to build complex sites quickly.
A driven Ruby back-end developer needs good communication skills and a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in information technology (or similar).
• You write clean, concise, efficient and reusable Ruby code.
• Experienced in developing on Ruby on Rails., SENIOR
• You are familiar with testing processes and confirming high quality code.
• A high level of comfort using git.
• You have good sense of UX/UI and usability.
• Your English is perfect.
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