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RubySource: 7 Things I Love About Sinatra

By Darren Jones

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I first heard of Sinatra a couple of years ago and have been in love with it ever since. For those who haven’t heard of it, Sinatra is a DSL that is used to create web applications. It is written in Ruby and was originally designed by Blake Mizerany, but there’s now a core team who maintain and develop the code. In case you were wondering, it is named after Frank Sinatra, apparently for having so much class he deserves a web-framework named after him.

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Daz has been programming and building websites since the start of the millennium. He enjoys using Ruby and JavaScript and loves them both in their own special ways. He is the author of JavaScript: Novice to Ninja and Jump Start Sinatra. He also produced the 'Getting Started With Ruby' video tutorials for SitePoint and has written a number articles for SitePoint’s website. He was born in the city of Manchester and still lives there, where he teaches mathematics and enjoys playing water polo.

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