We recently announced a survey that touched on topics related to the deployment and hosting of Ruby on Rails applications. We promised to share the results with the community and have made this information available at http://rails-hosting.com. You can download the results in CSV, PDF, and view them in HTML here.
Thanks again to everyone who helped us execute this survey!
Wow. Thanks to all of you who have helped get the word out about the Ruby on Rails Hosting 2009 Survey. We just passed 900 people and we have about five more days left to hit the 1500 milestone that I set for myself.
If you can spare five minutes to help us reach this goal, we’d really appreciate it.
Here is a quick sample of the questions that we’re asking the community.
- Where is your source code hosted?
- Which database do you typically use in production?
- which performance monitoring tool do you use?
- How much of your monthly budget is allocated for deployment and hosting expenses?
- So, can Rails scale? ;)
Don’t hesitate… we only have a few days left!
For more information, read the original post, Take the Ruby on Rails Hosting in 2009 Survey.
We’re not looking for rock stars or ninjas at Planet Argon. ;-)
We’re looking for individuals that share our core values.
- COLLABORATION – We believe that an open dialogue between all members of a group helps to produce more reasoned and intelligent decisions.
- ENTHUSIASM – We recognize the unique power of people who are passionate about their craft. We believe that fun is an essential ingredient in a collaborative and vibrant company culture. We think happy people make better software.
- COMMUNITY – We are part of many communities. Our neighborhoods, our cities, our workplace, and our professional communities. We give back to our communities by implementing socially responsible business practices and sharing our knowledge and tools with our peers.
- VERSATILITY – We believe that it is important for our team to be open and flexible, as well as the work that we do. This allows us to adapt to change and encourage innovation.
- EXECUTION – We value action and when people make things happen. It is important that we follow through on our commitments, plans, and ideas.
..maybe you’re a .NET/Java/PHP/Python developer (who secretly plays with Ruby on Rails at night/weekends). We’re looking for an intermediate-level Rails developer to join our team. Ideal candidates would be in the Portland, Oregon area or willing to relocate.
If you’re interested, take a moment and introduce yourself.
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