re: The State of Ruby 2019: Is It Dying? VIEW POST

re: That seems like a foolish opinion on any tool. I also disagree with your first point, pretty strongly. Ruby is still quite popular. It's also one o...

Since I'm on the other side, higher salary means a problem.

As a programmer-mercenary, I am worked on a lot of projects. My experience with Ruby is less than pleased:

  • We try to find some good at ruby (and not some brat that learned to download gems), it was impossible, ergo the salary. Finally, the dropped ruby.
  • We found several technical difficulties with Ruby. So, we dropped ruby again.
  • Finding hosting is a plus too.

If the team knows Ruby then obviously it's the right choice but if not..

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