Is rails the right choice for a junior dev?

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    You could pick up a framework like Phoenix, or Remix (the newest kid on the block) and I'm sure you'd get plenty far with either - and if you want ruby, try Roda. You might not have ready made tools with the newer frameworks, so watch out for that. But they have the advantage of doing thing slightly differently.

  • Roda

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    You could pick up a framework like Phoenix, or Remix (the newest kid on the block) and I'm sure you'd get plenty far with either - and if you want ruby, try Roda. You might not have ready made tools with the newer frameworks, so watch out for that. But they have the advantage of doing thing slightly differently.

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  • learn-ruby

    Learning resources for Ruby, Rails, and related skills.

    And here are my favorite Ruby/Rails learning resources, if you need recommendations: https://github.com/fpsvogel/learn-ruby

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