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Looking to outsource Ruby on Rails development? Finding a freelancer that you’re comfortable working with is as important as your project itself. At Crew, we’ll hand-pick a freelance Ruby on Rails developer to bring your idea to life.

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Leo — freelance ruby on rails developer

Leo

New York, United States of America

Leo Royzengurt is the CTO/Co-Founder of Hipsters & Hamptonites, a creative boutique based in New York City that designs and develops engaging digital experiences that solve real problems. Focusing on web development, web design, and user experience, this team is skilled at creating digital experiences for clients who want to influence the influencers. Learn more about their work and skills here: https://app.crew.co/user_profiles/view/52728

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Anthony — freelance ruby on rails developer

Anthony

New York, United States of America

Anthony and the Jakt team have already completed several projects in Crew - with more on the way. They've recently completed a responsive website for IDEO, which I thought was really well done: http://ideo.is/sfusdsewf, and an Android and web app for Rchery, which you can check out here: https://app.crew.co/user_profiles/view/16508

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Corey — freelance ruby on rails developer

Corey

Austin, Texas, United States of America

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Crew connects you with a top freelance Ruby on Rails developer and a smart project management system created specifically for design and development projects. 99% of our projects have been completed on time, on budget and issue-free.


We’ve helped thousands of businesses find freelancers to build brands, websites, and apps. Over the past 4 years, websites and apps created by a Crew freelance Ruby on Rails developer or studio have been used by millions of people. We’ve helped startups like Blubel, Zipbooks and Companion create websites that stand out, and we found a developer to update Eventbrite‘s app that’s done over $1.5 billion in ticket sales. When Venture Capitalist Om Malik needed a new website, he came to us to find a freelancer.

I’ve worked with a lot of designers and there’s often a lot of drama. But Crew just nailed it. They’ve been very good at making everything work for me and just everything is amazing.”

— Om Malik, Founder of Gigaom and Partner at True Ventures

My Crew experience has been great. The process is very thoughtful.”

— Jason Fried, Founder/CEO of Basecamp

What can a freelance Ruby on Rails developer do for my business?

Looking into building a new web app? There’s a good chance you’ll need to use Ruby on Rails. It’s a development framework used to build web apps, and makes it easier to collaborate and maintain code.

Ruby on Rails is mainly used to create web apps, by combining Ruby with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It’s been used to create some of the world’s biggest apps, like Twitter, Shopify, Groupon, and Airbnb. Here’s why.

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1. It’s easy to learn (even if you’re non-technical)

It’s widely agreed that Rails is easier to learn than most languages, due to its English-like syntax and common language. The same way you don’t need to understand how an engine works to drive a car, knowing Ruby isn’t required to use Rails. But, drive that car long enough and you’ll learn a thing or two about its engine.

2. It’s faster to use

Ruby was built for speed. It includes a robust infrastructure, and by using conventions rather than configurations, Rails cuts down dev time by 25-50%, compared to other development languages. What this really means though, is you can ship your product sooner.

3. It’s built on the principles of good development

When Rails was built, it was clearly built with a purpose. It encourages you to organize your app around existing resources and standards, and endorses DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) to help you avoid re-writing the same code over and over again.

4. It’s free to use

Need we say more?

Well, we will anyway. Many conventional development languages have licensing costs, which can be difficult to manage for companies on a tight budget. And, Rails can also run on Linux, a free, open-source operating system, and it works with many free databases and web servers.

5. You get all the benefits of being in the ‘Rails club’

Ruby on Rails has a large community of developers who are not only willing to share their time and expertise, they’re happy to. They’ve created forums, websites and chatrooms to help each other resolve issues.


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