At BigBinary we have been working with Ruby on Rails for close to 10 years now.
We were early adopters of Ruby on Rails after we saw how much more we can get done using Ruby on Rails in a week
compared to other technologies.
As we worked more and more with Ruby on Rails our passion for Ruby on Rails grew.
We also started understanding much better how Ruby on Rails actually works.
Since Ruby on Rails is open source, we started contributing to fix bugs and to add new features.
We are happy to say that three of the BigBinary team members are in the
top 40 contributors to Ruby on Rails.
From Railsconf to golden gate ruby conf to Official ruby conf in Tokyo we have presented in all
big and small ruby conferences around the world.
BigBinary team members have written more than 70 blogs on various topics related to
Ruby and Rails in the last five years.
Over the years we have done lots of projects using Ruby on Rails.
Some of our projects are as small as building a functional prototype in four weeks and
in some projects we are still part of development team more than two years after the initial launch.
Some applications need to be HIPAA compliant and some applications deal with multiple payment processors.
Whether you have a small project in mind or a big one,