Having started using the Ruby language more and more, I, of course, started using Rails. Rails is probably the
defacto MVC framework, with many other languages having a Rails alternative.
I have built many Rails sites, some that have been in production and others to prototype ideas or side projects.
I am familiar with using Rails with a few backend DBs from No SQL Mongo (with Monogid) to MySQL and PostgreSQL.
Having worked in other Rails teams I have become familiar with the common components that get added to Rails, such
as Device, CanCan, Paper trail and HAML.
As with most Ruby developers, where the language encourages Testing, I am familiar and comfortable writing tests for