In the previous article we thinly disguised a Rack tutorial as a comparison of PHP and Ruby. The aim of the article was to point out that most PHP developers start out on a pretty well thought out learning trail. We head to “hello world”, breeze by some basic HTML interlaced with PHP, ascend to separating views and business logic then end up at using a suitable community driven framework. However, when it comes to learning Ruby we forget all that, grab Rails and start learning
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RubySource: Rack for Middlewares
Dave is a web application developer residing in sunny Glasgow, Scotland. He works daily with Ruby but has been known to wear PHP and C++ hats. In his spare time he snowboards on plastic slopes, only reads geek books and listens to music that is certainly not suitable for his age.