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    whats the market for ruby & rails?

    as it is a new technology,whats the scope of market of this technology?

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    Neither Ruby nor Rails is really new (in "Internet years").
    But there does appear to be a renewed interest in Ruby-on-Rails recently.

    Quote Originally Posted by evolet pearl View Post
    as it is a new technology,whats the scope of market of this technology?
    I am not qualified to answer such a question but, also, I think the question needs a bit of clarification. In what sense do you mean "Market"? As far as marketability of a developer with skills/experience in the technology?
    The technology itself is Open Source so it is not 'marketed'.
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    If you're asking about the number of jobs available try searching the popular job boards for your area.
    Personally, this secondary. Rails is the best way I know how to build web applications, that is the reason I use it.

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    Can ruby and rail is fast than PHP ,

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    No, people don't choose Rails because it's fast.
    PHP isn't a framework, so only you can make it slow.

    Rails does a heck of a lot for you and this comes at a cost, but it's well worth it in my opinion.


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