The job of coding, developing, and programming from the view of an outsider can look like dizzying world of algorithms that only a wizard of math and logic could possibly understand. Believe it or not, even for these cavaliers of coding who understand these programming languages, the task of dealing with these languages day in and day out can be a real headache.
The mundane toil of existing programming languages is what spurred David Heinemeier Hansson to create Ruby on Rails, or just Rails, in 2003. Since its inception over a decade ago, Ruby on Rails has become an increasingly viable option for startups and enterprise-level organizations alike. Ruby on Rail’s rapid web and application development coupled with Hansson’s emphasis on programmer and developer happiness has created a community of experts in the language. And it also happens to be an area that NewConfig is acutely familiar with, too.
However, like most things, with demand comes eventual saturation of the market. While Ruby on Rails is an excellent platform on which to build your business’ online components, being a Ruby on Rails headhunter on your own is time-consuming. NewConfig can help you find your next team of Rails developers so you can focus on running your business! Here are three challenges solved when you make the decision to partner with a Ruby on Rails headhunter.