Five Reasons Why Our Clients Love Ruby on Rails for Their Apps

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As a specialised development consultancy, we work on projects of all sorts. In our first two years of existence, we learnt a lot about client-side work. You can find our recap on our blog entry We Don't Need a CEO (Lessons Learnt in Two Years Running a Development Consultancy).

Our tech stack is based on the framework Ruby on Rails and Ruby as the programming language, for which we sometimes receive some objections, saying it's not solid or popular enough. Our clients think otherwise, and we have summed up the five main reasons why they love Ruby on Rails for their projects.

Four Things We Do to Reduce the Time to Market of Your App

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In over two years and a half of existence, we have had the pleasure of working on more than thirty different projects from different sectors (fintech, social entrepreneurship, marketing, e-commerce, 3D printing, etc.) for our clients in different countries (USA, France, Germany, Spain, Finland, etc.).

From all these projects, we have learnt many lessons. One of them is that we are able to reduce the time to market for your project so you can maximise your chances of success. Read further!

How to Create a Fast, Secure, and SEO-Oriented Landing Page for Free

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When working with product companies, one of the most requested features we get for every project is the landing page.

Every product or services company requires a landing page that will attract new potential customers and convert them into paid users, newsletter subscribers, beta testers, etc. Here's how you can do it efficiently and for free.

How We Upgraded an Obsolete Ruby on Rails Application with Lots of Legacy Code (part 1)

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As a development consultancy, we deal with a whole lot of projects: static websites, web platforms, intranets, mobile apps, etc. Some are bigger, and some are smaller, but all of them require maintenance.

This post is the first one of a series where we break down how to correctly upgrade a Ruby on Rails application.

In this first part, I am going to introduce you to the project and how we planned the upgrade minimising risks because the project is already live.

We Don't Need a CEO (Lessons Learnt in Two Years Running a Development Consultancy)

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This is a follow-up to last year's Lessons Learnt: One Year Running Our Own Business, in which we shared all we had learnt in our first year operating as a development consultancy in Barcelona.

After two years, we're stronger than ever. Alive and kicking.

Estás a un paso de conocer a tu mejor socio.

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